barnaclínic+ continues to promote training and research in Nursing at the Hospital Clínic
- On 13 May, International Nurses Day was celebrated at the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona. During the festivities, in addition to recognition for several members of this group, the Fourth barnaclínic+ Prizes were awarded. One again this year, barnaclínic+ is committed to promoting the training and research activity of nursing professionals at the Hospital Clínic. These prizes, consisting […]
New barnaclínic+ Aesthetic Medicine department: maximum quality and safety for our patients
- From this May, barnaclínic+ boasts a new Aesthetic Medicine department. Led by Dr Eva Guisantes, our team comprises national and international professionals who are leaders in their respective fields, enabling us to offer the latest non-invasive procedures in Aesthetic Medicine and rejuvenation. “We aim to provide a professional and accessible service […]
Scleral lenses, the best choice for corneal defects and dry eyes, now at barnaclínic+
- The barnaclínic+ ophthalmology department offers a new service for those contact lens wearers who, owing to their condition (keratoconus, cornea transplant, severe dry eye syndrome), cannot wear conventional contact lenses. Scleral contact lenses or scleral lenses, now available at barnaclínic+, are the best option for these patients. […]
- Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery is a range of surgical techniques that allow access to the brain, the skull base and the spine, with minimal harm to the patient. Minimally invasive neurosurgery was initially developed as a minimally aggressive and invasive approach to treating complex brain tumours. [...]
What is a uterine fibroid, how is it treated and when is surgery recommended?
- A uterine fibroid is a benign gynaecological condition in which uterine smooth muscle tissue (myometrium) forms “balls” in the uterus. It is the most common benign tumour in humans and the most common pelvic growth in women of reproductive age. It is also one of the most common […]
Salivary gland tumour: Causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment
- AUTHOR: DR. XAVIER AVILÉS Salivary gland tumours are abnormal cells that grow, either in the salivary gland itself or in the ducts that drain them. Salivary glands are located around the mouth. They produce saliva, which moistens food to help us chew and swallow. Saliva also helps […]
What happens to pancreatic function after surgery?
- One of the issues that often generates a great deal of confusion between patients and doctors is changes in pancreatic function following surgery and how to treat it. The worsening of the different pancreatic functions is a well-studied phenomenon, which does not occur in all patients. However, its diagnosis can help to ensure […]