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15:43

Local

Nine new Covid-related deaths reported in daily update for Malaga province

Ángel Escalera

Andalucía). On Monday 229 patients with Covid were in hospitals in the province of Malaga, 12 more than on Sunday, and of them 32 are in intensive care units. The hospitalisation figures for Andalucía were 988 on Monday (48 more than Sunday's figure) with ... 136 patients receiving intensive care.

15:45

Local

Six more Covid patients admitted to hospital in Malaga with 184 new cases in 24 hours

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

The daily figures given out by the regional Health authority on Monday show 184 new cases of Covid-19 diagnosed in the previous 24 hours in the province of Malaga. Six more patients with coronavirus have been admitted to hospital in Malaga, taking ... negative after previously testing positive). Andalucía In the region of Andalucía as a whole there were 868 patients in hospital on Monday with Covid-19, 115 of them in intensive care. The latest figure showed 645 new positive tests in 24 hours in the

15:04

LifeStyle

Surgeons warn of the risk of low-cost weight loss operations carried out abroad

Ángel Escalera

As the saying goes, something cheap can turn out to be expensive. Unfortunately that is often the case for patients who undergo bariatric surgery for obesity in countries where such operations cost three or four times less than they would in a ... the reasons that morbidly obese patients go abroad for bariatric surgery is the long waiting list to have the operation on the health service in Malaga. The delay can be as long as six years, because these operations were not included in a decree which ... the Quirónsalud Málaga hospital. Because these patients need complete care, they should be seen by endocrinologists, nutritionists, surgeons, psychologists, interventionist radiographers and intensive medicine practitioners, insists the head of the

19:06

LifeStyle

Eyes open till dawn

ROCÍO MENDOZA

...but 2020 is breaking all records. Specialists say they are seeing considerably more patients who are experiencing prolonged problems with sleeping this year. Once again, coronavirus is to blame. During the lockdown, it was one of the pillars of ... going to bed” Lung specialist at the Ramón y Cajal hospital in Madrid Dr Irene Cano admits that she feels satisfied that she always sleeps well, and says it is because “I don’t take my worries to bed with me”. She does, however, say that her patients

01:28

LifeStyle

'Skin needs to be clean and hydrated so the mask doesn't cause damage'

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...sometimes the patients are a bit disorientated and when you show them what the problem is they say they should have realised it would be the mask. And what solution is there, because we have to wear masks? You have to choose a breathable mask made in

21:00

Local

Junta advises against non-essential gatherings, as coronavirus case figures soar in Andalucía

m. d. tortosa / á. escalera

225 Covid patients in hospitals in the province of Malaga, 33 in intensive care units. In all Andalusian provinces on Thursday 940 Covid patients were in hospital, 120 in intensive care. While some of this week’s case figures have reached all-time ... highs, the pressure on the hospitals is lower than it was in March and April when as many as 2,708 people with Covid were in hospital at one time. Nevertheless on Tuesday the Junta activated its emergency plan to have 3,000 beds ready for Covid patients

16:11

Local

Humanoid robots greet patients at Torre del Mar eye clinic to reduce Covid-19 risk

Eugenio Cabezas

For the last few days patients with appointments at the Doctor Marcos ophthalmologist's in Torre del Mar have been greeted by two humanoid robots, Cr-1 and NAO. The two androids are capable of taking patients' temperatures and asking them general ... future" but that "robots are already working with patients with Alzheimer's, cancer, in dentistry, with children and elderly people now". He concludes that working with this type of technology is "the new normal".