surinenglish

HEMEROTECA

Búsqueda por término:

* Contenidos disponibles desde enero de 2006

Búsqueda por día:

2019
Noviembre
L
M
M
J
V
S
D
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Filtrar resultados

  • Sección

  • Autor

  • Desde

  • Hasta

Filtros aplicados:

240 resultados para 'patient'

NOTICIAS 240 noticias encontradas

« volver
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

10:04

LifeStyle

Marbella's addiction centres take stock

LEANDRO PAVÓN

The department of Derechos Sociales has released an end-of-year report about the Centros de Tratamientos de Adicciones (Addiction Treatment Centres) in Marbella and San Pedro Alcántara. According to town councillor Victoria Morales, 706 people were t

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

09:22

Travel

The cities above the clouds

andrew forbes travel

The flight from Peru’s capital of Lima to the Andean city of Cusco is quite simply remarkable. One is only in the air for little more than an hour, yet it’s a truly memorable journey. The view is astonishing; from the aircraft window one can clearly

10:12

Travel

The trail less trekked

Andrew Forbes travel

Atlas holidaying They swiftly unpack Jacqueline’s saddle bags, and then lead the patient mule to the shade of an oak tree, where she grazed on new grass shoots, nourished by the warm spring sunshine and snowmelt from the surrounding peaks. The

10:12

Local

Casualty department opens at new Guadalhorce valley local hospital

Ivan Gelibter

The lack of close-by accident and emergency facilities for people living in the Guadalhorce valley is now a thing of the past, or at least the situation has been greatly improved, with the opening of a dedicated casualty department at the recently-fi

10:12

LifeStyle

“Hyperthermia can become the fourth pillar in cancer treatment”

j. j. buiza

...way of stimulating the immune system. It’s a step forward. What we are looking for is a way of stimulating the immune system and increasing the effectiveness of the treatment we are applying. I would never tell any patient to stop their conventional

10:12

LifeStyle

“Even common everyday tasks became terrifying obstacles for me”

PILAR manzanares

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental condition which is much more common than was previously thought. It is an illness which in many cases interferes considerably in the life of the person affected, and causes a great deal of suffering. Un

10:30

LifeStyle

Genetic engineering to stop AIDS

Eugenio Cabezas health

...side effects and are very costly for countries’ health systems. On average, every patient needs 7,000 euros a year, so public spending in Spain amounts to 490 million euros because there are 70,000 people with positive serology, and a total of between

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

10:31

LifeStyle

"Palliative care is not a secondary level of medicine"

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...their own suffering. Families need to be supported, because in the end it is they who look after the patient most. They need practical advice, monitoring, emotional assistance... patients often want to die at home, but it is difficult if the family isn't

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

12:21

LifeStyle

The battle against sugar gets fiercer

ALEJANDRA RODRÍGUEZ health

Last month the Minister of Finance, Cristóbal Montoro, announced a package of measures which are designed to raise around eight billion dollars this year. Of this cascade of cash, the Minister calculates that 200 million will come from soft drinks. N

12:43

Local

Cudeca celebrates 25 years of palliative care in Spain

Tony Bryant Benalmádena

Cudeca launched its twenty-fifth anniversary year this week with a look back at its history. During a presentation on Wednesday, founder, Joan Hunt, reminisced about her dream and how it all came together. The meeting was organized to thank all

17:35

LifeStyle

Leeches make a comeback

BORJA OLAIZOLA

...be used in accordance with medical protocol, which requires them to be sacrificed immediately after being used to prevent them transmitting health problems from one patient to another. The French company's leeches are bred in the wetlands of ... months; this ensures that when they are placed on the patient's skin they immediately look for their blood. Carmelo Betrán, who is 60 and comes from Zaragoza, says treatment with leeches saved the toes on one of his feet. "They operated on my knee and I

20:55

LifeStyle

A printer that makes skin

DANIEL CABORNERO

...skin is created on a plate, which is then put into an incubator at 37ºC. Two types are produced: autologous skin, created from an individual patient's cells, to be used therapeutically such as for serious burns, and allogeneic skin, from the cells of a ... donor. The latter is the most advanced and most suitable for chemical testing for medication or cosmetics. In both processes the patient or donor's cells are extracted by a small biopsy, cultivated in the laboratory and multiplied, a procedure which