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16:11

LifeStyle

The Hospital Civil welcomes Da Vinci, the robot surgeon

Ángel Escalera

...operations. The minister also explained that the surgeon does not operate directly himself but by using a console placed close to the patient which allows him to have a 3D image. Da Vinci is equipped with arms that can operate with great precision and reach ... places in the body that are very difficult to access with other surgical techniques. All this means improvements for the patient, who will have fewer incisions, less bleeding and postoperative pain and also require less blood transfusions. At the

13:43

LifeStyle

The sun, from ally to enemy

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...abused. SUR talked to specialists in dermatology about the benefits and dangers of the sun and asked them for recommendations to prevent burns or, which is more serious, skin cancer which, if not detected in time, can cause a patient's death. This is ... skin cancer should see their doctor to have it checked so that a carcinoma can either be ruled out or confirmed. Early diagnosis is vital because it means the patient can be treated in time and cured. Solar benefits The sun has a negative side, but

09:34

Local

The first 3D knee implant in Spain is about to be carried out in Marbella

Mónica Pérez

For the first time ever in Spain, surgery to implant a prosthesis (which has been produced with a 3D printer and is exactly identical to the patient's knee to enable them to recover their mobility) will be carried on 10 September at the Hospital ... medical technology and with whom Dr Chatziandreou collaborates. The individual character and design of the implant means the prosthesis "adjusts precisely to the exact anatomy of the patient and therefore prevents many problems regarding discomfort, ... approximately one hour. Recovery takes about four weeks and the patient only has to spend a few days in hospital. Many begin to walk from the first day. The ConforMIS company "produces a precisely designed prosthesis, working from scans of the patient's knee;

17:52

LifeStyle

"People want to improve the way they look without anyone noticing"

Á. ESCALERA

...out more slowly or over a longer period of time so that the patient can see the gradual changes. "People want to improve the way that they look without anyone else noticing that they have had any procedures done. "For some people, this is

14:09

LifeStyle

Marbella hospital warns about skin cancer and the importance of prevention

CAMILO LÓPEZ VEGA

Italy, (where the climate is very similar to Spain), and the numbers are expected to rise by about 20 per cent by 2040. Also taking part in the conference was María Godrid, a patient who has had this type of cancer, and she gave a talk on 'Melanoma and

14:27

Local

Junta to cap GPs' daily appointments to give more time with patients

SUR

...health centres in Andalucía had announced for May as he himself wanted, "more time per appointment, getting to ten minutes [with each patient]", although he admitted that the new action plan is only forecasting seven minutes. The regional minister went

23:41

Sport

Comeback win helps Malaga consolidate play-off place

Daryl Finch

Cifu was very fortunate not to concede a penalty after his clumsy challenge sent James Igbekeme tumbling, but the threatrics of the Nigerian did him no favours with the referee. Malaga’s patient approach continued into the second half and as the away

13:21

LifeStyle

"Sudden death can affect anyone"

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...would see a cure, but now it seems that I might. But what is most important is the diagnosis, because if you don't know that a patient is affected, the first sign of it can be sudden death. So what measures are taken with regard to people who are

14:43

Local

"Brain to brain communication will change everything"

NURIA TRIGUERO

...with electric currents he has successfully stopped the trembling and other symptoms of a patient with Parkinson's. He now wants to create a device which predicts (through artificial intelligence) when the stimulus is necessary and applies the signals