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13:27

LifeStyle

Marbella hospital carrying out MRI scans at weekends to cut waiting time

MÓNICA PÉREZ marbella

Marbella. The latest technology MRI scanner installed last December at the Marbella Hospital has meant that patients no longer have to wait for an appointment in Malaga. It allows doctors to use new diagnostic techniques "more comprehensive and fa

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

13:49

LifeStyle

Pacemakers: from the size of a typewriter to the size of a matchbox

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...live for many more years. A series of tests are carried out before doctors decide whether a patient needs a pacemaker. Dr De Mora said that the problems are normally detected by cardiologists, but sometimes by GPs or doctors in emergency and ... ventricle). When connected to an electrical battery, it emits electric impulses which stimulate cardiac contraction and return the heart's normal function. The procedure is carried out under local anaesthetic, while the patient is awake. If there are no

12:41

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El Camino cycle in fight against cancer

EUGENIO CABEZAS

...because I realised that not a second should be wasted on regrets. The knowledgable hands of the professionals, luck, a little bit from the patient and the family, it's now four years since then," says Cortés. More than 15,000 euros "From the very

12:06

LifeStyle

Life-saving microbes

SUR

...microbiotics. When the microbiota, a combination of bacteria, fungi, virus and archaea that reside in the human body, reach the patient's intestine, he or she only needs a day to recover after repeated evacuations. Without them, these problems would often result ... in a patient's death. Victoria Pérez Robles, who is 85, can talk about her case thanks to her grandson, who was 20 years old at the time, because he donated faeces to be transferred to her. That was four years ago, when she was admitted to the Ramón ... treat urinary infections which would occur every two weeks, ever since she had her second child. As a last resort, they decided to try a faeces transplant through colonoscopy. She was the second patient to undergo this treatment, faecal microbiota

10:31

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"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

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