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11:07

Local

Patient goes on rampage in San Pedro health centre because of 15-minute wait

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

A patient has gone on the rampage, threatening to kill staff in San Pedro health centre, after being told to wait 15 minutes to be seen. The incident happened on Tuesday lunchtime when parts of the building were damaged by the man who had arrived ... demanding he be given some medicine immediately. According to staff union, CSIF, the patient started headbutting glass partition walls in the health centre "cutting his head open". He also overturned a table and cornered nursing staff "until a group of

10:18

LifeStyle

"Radiotherapy can expect to cure 40 per cent of cancer patients"

Ángel Escalera

The new president of the Sociedad Española de Oncología Radioterápica (SEOR) is Jorge Contreras, a doctor from Malaga. He says his top priority is to give greater visibility to radiotherapy and ensure that every patient who needs this type of ... don't offer it because it isn't available for their patients. We can say there is an inequality and a lack of homogeneity when it comes to radiotherapy in Spain. That is what I want to change, so that every patient, no matter where they live, has access

16:05

Local

Hospital staff in Torre del Mar stage protest following further abuse of an A&E doctor by a patient

Eugenio Cabezas

Staff at the Axarquía hospital in Torre del Mar staged a protest last week following another incident in which a patient verbally abused a doctor, the latest in a growing number of attacks on medical professionals across the province. The woman ... tried to force the A&E medic to record their conversation on her mobile phone, which she then claimed she would use in evidence to try to sue both the doctor and the hospital, in the event that the patient did not agree with her diagnosis.

13:23

LifeStyle

Haematologists apply a technique to show whether leukaemia will return

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

Knowing in advance whether a patient is going to suffer from leukaemia again is key to taking early action and preventing the illness reappearing. That's why a technique which is currently being applied successfully by haematologists in Malaga to ... detected in a patient with a risk of recurring leukaemia in approximately 90 per cent of cases. "The work tried to determine what advantages are provided by the digital PCR technique compared with the conventional PCR technique in real time, regarding the ... bone marrow transplants took part in this latest stage of the project. Therapeutic measures Once the haemotologists have found, through this technology, that the transplant patient still has sick cells of their own as well as those from the donor,

10:35

Gibraltar

Kidney transplant patient returns home

Debbie Bartlett

The first patient from Gibraltar in 15 years to undergo a kidney transplant in the UK has now returned home after recovering from the surgery, which was carried out at the Hammersmith hospital. Once the patient, who has not been named, was told a ... kidney was available, the GHA Sponsored Patient team helped with the arrangements.

11:45

Local

Six months in prison for attacking a nurse

Charo márquez

...sentence will be suspended if the man pays a total of 4,000 euros. The incident occurred in 2016, when the culprit carried out an unprovoked attack against an A&E nurse while he was a hospital patient, causing injuries to the nurse's neck and arm. Medical

13:54

LifeStyle

GPs test a scheme to spend more time with each patient

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

GPs in health centres in La Axarquía, Antequera and the Costa del Sol are testing a new scheme from the regional government's ministry of Health this week that means that they are able to spend more time with each patient. The aim is to restructure ... the doctors' working day and improve the service in general. Doctors at the Vélez Sur, Algarrobo, Antequera, Antequera-Estación and La Lobilla health centres have been told they can now spend at least seven minutes with each patient, half an hour a ... the present number. The Junta de Andalucía's Minister for Health and Families, Jesús Aguirre, says this is in response to doctors' wishes, as they want to be able to dedicate more time to patient consultations, and it will also mean they can include

13:47

National

Spanish scientists eliminate HIV in the second patient in the world to be cured

FERMÍN APEZTEGUIA

BIlbao. An international group including renowned ICREA-IrsiCaixa researcher Javier Martínez Picado has managed to eradicate all signs of the Aids virus from the body of a patient through a bone marrow transplant. It is only the second time this has ... been achieved. Until now, the only person to have been cured through this technique was Timothy Brown, an American who lives in Germany, who until his name was made public five years ago was known as 'the Berlin patient'. That was in 2008 and it was ... 'the London patient', the same therapy as the one which cured Brown, but with slight differences. This was also an HIV patient who had to be treated for a lymphoma (a malign tumor of the lymphatic glands) through a transplant of hematopoietic progenitor

14:49

LifeStyle

When your headache makes life impossible

Ángel Escalera

...cases it takes more than two years for sufferers to be correctly diagnosed. The pain, which gets worse when the patient is standing up, is often accompanied by visual disturbance, nausea, vomiting and depression. Resting in bed in a dark room normally ... and will depend on the characteristics of each patient. Dr Santos stressed that patients with chronic or occasional migraines should receive preventive treatment. This usually consists of medication combined with recommendations on lifestyle and

15:02

National

Patient hurt in fall out of ambulance on AP-7

SUR

An investigation has been launched after a patient fell out of an ambulance at high speed on the AP-7 motorway while she was being transferred between two hospitals. The incident occurred between Alicante and Valencia. According to reports in ... the wounded woman was put back in the ambulance and driven off. It was unclear how the mental health patient was able to get the doors open.

12:07

LifeStyle

Celebrating life by ringing a bell

Mónica Pérez

...this floor of the hospital and that is important for every patient, because it shows them that other people are getting over this problem. It gives them strength to carry on with their own battle". María José Muñoz rang the bell this week. She was

10:58

Local

Staff fear as 20 hooded people raid hospital to free an arrested patient

L.G.-S.

Health workers in La Línea de la Concepción were in shock this week after a group of around 20 people wearing hoods and carrying sticks and knives stormed the accident and emergency department at the local hospital, removing a patient who was under ... been favoured by the gangs bringing ashore drugs from north Africa. The hooded assailants entered the hospital on Tuesday afternoon, assaulting two security guards and pushing their way through the casualty department until they found the patient

11:06

LifeStyle

Malaga hospital uses Botox to treat patients with chronic migraine

Ángel Escalera

All headaches are a nuisance but some are particularly disabling, especially migraines, which involve intense throbbing pain and occur time and time again, affecting the sufferer’s quality of life. If the medication normally used to alleviate head

11:21

LifeStyle

The Materno hospital uses a technique which means breast cancer patients need less surgery

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...specialist Ana Jiménez, radiologist María Teresa Hidalgo and a patient who had recently been given intraoperative radiofrequency treatment with excellent results, Raquel Zamora. “This technique is effective, safe and it means the patients need less ... with breast cancer in the early stages and need surgery to remove a tumour, and patients with a high risk of getting breast cancer again. Also, the tumour must not be more than four centimetres in diameter and the patient cannot have received

11:46

Gibraltar

New blood gas machine for St Bernard's hospital

Debbie Bartlett

The A&E department of St Bernard's hospital now has a state-of-the-art blood gas machine, which will enable medical and nursing staff to rapidly analyse a patient's condition, provide treatment sooner and improve turnaround times in the department. ... The machine, which is the size of a desktop photocpier, can test a sample of blood from an artery within minutes. It measures the levels of certain gases and compounds in the patient's bloodstream and provides instant results. The Minister for

14:04

Local

Algodonales woman is first patient at new Ronda hospital

VANESSA MELGAR

...from Algodonales, was the first patient waiting for an appointment. The hospital will serve an area of 85,000 people who live in towns and villages in the Serranía as well as others in the province of Cadiz, such as Ubrique, Benaocaz and Villaluenga del

10:31

Local

Ronda's new hospital receives its first patients today

VANESSA MELGAR RONDA

It has been a long wait - the construction of the new hospital was approved 15 years ago and started nine years ago - but on Tuesday the new hospital in Ronda opens its doors to its first patients. Five outpatients surgeries are now in operation ge

11:23

LifeStyle

Pablo Ráez's legacy lives on and is saving lives thanks to voluntary bone marrow donations in Marbella

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...parametres. "I was like the genetic twin of this patient, and they asked me if I wanted to go ahead with the donation. I said I did," César says. Once a donor takes this step there are two ways of donating the bone marrow: via apheresis, a form of dialysis ... in order to obtain the stem cells, or through surgery, where the bone marrow is extracted with a syringe directly from the iliac crest (the hip bone). The patient compatible with César had medullary aplasia, he lacked the cells needed to produce the

13:16

National

First home designed by Gaudí opens doors to the public

Sur in english

...businessman client. The architectural gem, UNESCO-protected, is in the Gracia district of Barcelona and has never been open to the public before. The striking interior with oriental influences has been restored. Fans may need to be patient as only 500

11:12

Local

New health centre to open early next week

Eugenio Cabezas torre de benagalbón

The new doctors’ surgery in Torre de Benagalbón, which belongs to Rincón de la Victoria, will start operating from Monday 8 May, according to the government’s equality, social services and health representatives, José Luis Ruiz Espejo and Ana Isabel

18:12

Gibraltar

Improvements made to Gibraltar's St Bernard's Hospital

Debbie Bartlett gibraltar

The A&E department at St Bernard's has been refurbished and expanded as part of a programme to streamline patient care. The minor injuries unit can now attend to five patients at a time instead of two, thereby reducing waiting times. The A&E now

12:24

LifeStyle

"I can give my patients the opinion of a doctor who has experienced death"

PILAR MANZANARES Madrid

...that life is worth the effort, that there are some wonderful situations like that of my patient María Rosario, who was born with half a heart. She loves to run in races and she always come last, and her parents are afraid. They ask me, "Do you think we

15:23

LifeStyle

Experts call for obesity to be classified as a chronic illness

Ángel Escalera

...suffering from high blood pressure or cholesterol. With this type of medication, an obese person can lose up to 15 per cent of their weight. One such medication is Liraglutide 3 mg, which is injectable. It reduces appetite so the patient doesn't feel ... hungry and, at the same time, produces a persistent feeling of being full, which helps people to stick to a long-term diet. The obstacle to public health funding is the cost of this treatment (about 300 euros per patient per month), but Dr Tinahones ... University of Navarra Clinic. These sources say that pharmaceutical treatment for obesity is also proving useful as a complement to bariatric surgery, especially before and after the operation. Before having surgery, the patient has to lose weight and this

13:59

LifeStyle

One in every two patients with glaucoma loses vision without knowing why

S. R.

...controlled. In fact, untreated glaucoma can lead to an irreversible loss of the optic nerve and that means that the patient can never recover their visual acuity," says Dr Canut. The specialists insist that early detection is very important. Because there ... are no symptoms, 50 per cent of patients who are affected start to lose vision without realising that they suffer from glaucoma. "Early diagnosis is essential to ensure that the illness can be monitored and treated, so that the patient retains their

14:28

LifeStyle

Summer increases the risk of relapses for those addicted to drugs and gambling

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Emotional resources He says prevention is better than a cure and proposes isolating people from environments and circles which pose a risk to them: "It is never easy to get over an addiction, but the success of the treatment depends on the patient ... and around 120,000 are addicted to cocaine. Treatments vary, depending on the severity of the addiction and profile of the patient, from therapies which do not interfere with their professional routine to admittance to specialist centres.

11:44

National

More meat products recalled as officials extend listeriosis alert

sur

So far three deaths have been confirmed to have been caused by the outbreak; the first was a 90-year-old woman on 19 August, and a 74-year-old woman on Tuesday. It was confirmed on Friday that the death of a 72-year-old man, a patient with terminal

14:32

Gibraltar

Hillsides dementia care facility opens

Debbie Bartlett

A new residential facility for Alzheimer’s and dementia sufferers was officially inaugurated this week. ‘Hillsides’ is on the site of the old Royal Naval Hospital, near the Bella Vista Dementia Day Centre. It caters for 52 patients who need full-

10:22

LifeStyle

Aromatherapy, a useful ally in caring for health

SUR

Although it may sound like witchcraft, aromatherapy is an efficient therapeutic treatment based on the use of natural oils and essences extracted from plants, flowers, herbs or trees. The aim is to improve health and general wellbeing, relieve some c

13:40

LifeStyle

Dermatological consultations for patients with sun allergies are on the rise

Ángel Escalera

...reaction triggered by another agent in addition to the sun's rays. On the one hand, phototoxicity can be a factor, causing direct damage to the skin's cells, resulting from a reaction between a substance the patient has on the skin and a medicine they are ... between the sun and something the patient has taken, such as anti-inflammatories. Eczema appears on the skin when sunbathing. In order to prevent allergic reactions to the sun, photoprotection against visible light is most recommended. Avoidance of sun

13:52

LifeStyle

Haircuts which have the ability to change lives

PATRICIA PINEDA

Mechones Solidarios is a non-profit organisation, created four years ago, which makes wigs for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment. Last Sunday, on their anniversary, the charity hosted an event in Muelle Uno, inside Malaga's port, to r

14:23

LifeStyle

Palliative support free of charge

Jennie Rhodes motril

Acompalia supports terminally ill patients and their families in Granada province. It provides services free of charge that help patients live each remaining day as fully as possible. The charity offers a helpline, company, legal and interpretation /

10:04

Gibraltar

Team Britannia raises £7,500 for Calpe House

D. B.

Team Britannia, which will be attempting a round-the-world sailing record in 2017, has raised £7,500 for Calpe House at a charity night which was organised by the crew. The Calpe House Charitable Trust is a 'home from home' for patients from Gibra

15:11

Sport

Santa Maria Golf Club to host two charity golf tournaments

Tony Bryant MARBELLA

As part of its twenty-fifth anniversary celebrations, the Santa Maria Golf and Country Club in Marbella is to host two charity golf tournaments. The club, which is considered to have one of the best-looked-after courses on the Costa del Sol, has al