Archive for the ‘Hospital Clínic de Barcelona’ Category

Tuesday April 21st, 2009

A “Giant Colon” at Hospital Clínic

The Exhibition ‘A journey through the colon’ has the aim of providing information on the disease and how to prevent it. Read the rest of this entry »

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Cell therapy debated in Zaragoza

El Dr. Paolo Macchiarini amb la pacient Claudia Castillo

For 2 days, the capital city of Aragon hosted the 6th National Meeting of Transplant Coordinators and Communication Professionals – a meeting in which 84 journalists and transplant coordinators from all over the country debated on transplants and new cellular therapies. The objective of this annual meeting, organized by the National Association of Health Care Reporters, National Transplant Organization (ONT) and the Government of Aragon, is to exchange knowledge and experience between both groups in order to transmit to society the advances in transplants with the greatest possible scientific rigor.

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A Tribute to Mr. Grau, Manager of the Clínic for 20 Years, During the Presentation of his Book

Consellera Marina Geli attended the presentation of the book

On 16 April, the Sala Farreras Valentí of Hospital Clínic, Barcelona was the venue for the presentation of the book “El negoci sanitari. Vint anys de gestió que van canviar l’Hospital Clínic (1983-2003)” by Joan Grau, the manager of the Clínic during this period. He led the team that carried out the physical and organizational transformation of the hospital to make it one of the best in Spain and a reference standard in European health care.

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Tuesday April 14th, 2009

Siemens and Hospital Clínic, Barcelona Strengthen Commitment to Innovative Diagnostic Systems

Peter Löscher, CEO de Siemens, ha visitado el Hospital Clínic de Barcelona para estrechar los lazos de cooperación entre las dos instituciones

The joint effort of the two institutions has led to some highly notable results over the past decade. Peter Löscher, the chief executive of the German brand at world level, visited the facilities of the Catalan center, which uses advanced technology developed by Siemens, one of the biggest providers in the health care industry. These include the CORE laboratory and all the diagnostic imaging technology, the basis of the Stroke Functional Unit, which has been in operation for six months.

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Thursday April 09th, 2009

Early Administration of Antiretroviral Therapy Can Improve Survival

 Dr. Josep Maria Miró during the pres meeting at the Hospital Clínic

The first antiretroviral treatments appeared in 1996. Since then, new and better drugs have been discovered that have almost turned AIDS into a chronic disease. Nevertheless, there is still room to improve the performance of the the therapeutic strategies used in clinical practice. This is shown by a study published in the online edition of The Lancet, suggesting that early administration of antiretroviral treatment reduces the rate of AIDS development and death in HIV-positive patients by 28%. This study analyzed information from more than 45,000 patients in Europe and North America and combined data from 15 international cohorts. One of these is the PISCIS Catalan and Balearic cohort, coordinated by Dr. Jordi Casabona of the Centre for Epidemiologic Studies of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and AIDS in Catalonia (CEEISCAT) – Catalan Institute of Oncology (ICO), and by Dr. Josep María Miró of the Infectious Diseases Department of Hospital Clínic – IDIBAPS, University of Barcelona. Dr. Josep María Miró is the only Spaniard in the international When to Start Consortium, which has taken part in writing and signing the article. Professor Jonathan Sterne of the University of Bristol (UK) is the first author.

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Tuesday April 07th, 2009

Hospital Clínic and Catalunya Ràdio Present the Campaign “Crutches for Africa”

The Clinic stretcher-bearer team, promotor of the inciative

The campaign was the result of an idea put forward on the “Suc de Coco” program on Catalunya Ràdio, with the aim of collecting orthopedic material to send to Senegal. The Associació d’Amputats Sant Jordi (Sant Jordi Amputees Association) and the courier MRW are collaborating in the campaign.

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