Clínic Barcelona
INTERVIEW

Dr. Bàrbara Vidal: “We have to be able to diagnose earlier, so that the patient has a better quality of life”

Dr. Bàrbara Vidal, cardiologist specialising in cardiac imaging and valvular heart disease 

The team from the Hospital Clínic Cardiovascular Institute manages the Programme for the Integral, Transversal and Multidisciplinary Management of Aortic Valve Stenosis (MITMEVA).  The main aim of this proposal is to improve the quality and efficiency of the clinical management of patients with Aortic Valve Stenosis (AVS), candidates for palliative treatment of the symptoms or for aortic valve replacement by surgical or percutaneous means (TAVI).  This programme is also designed to optimize the available resources with a new integrated, cross-cutting and multidisciplinary healthcare model (MITMEVA).  

The team from the Hospital Clínic Cardiovascular Institute manages the Programme for the Integral, Transversal and Multidisciplinary Management of Aortic Valve Stenosis (MITMEVA).