The MITMEVA project led by the Hospital Clínic Barcelona Cardiovascular Institute has included patient number 100 with aortic valve stenosis (AVS). T1
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Varicose veins cannot always be prevented, but following certain recommendations may stop their progress.
On 30 April 2012, Miquel Palachi (34 years old) was at home with his partner when he fainted, falling to the ground, and experienced his first sudden1
The Hospital Clínic de Barcelona recently performed 9 transplants in under 48 hours. This milestone had never been recorded before at the Hospital an1
The Programme for the Integral, Transversal and Multidisciplinary Management of Aortic Valve Stenosis (MITMEVA) has already ensured that 15 patients1
Seven specialities at the Hospital Clínic among the best in the world, according to Newsweek’s World's Best Specialized Hospitals 2022
Cardiology, cardiac surgery, orthopaedic surgery and traumatology, gastroenterology, endocrinology and nutrition, neurology and medical oncology are1
The Hospital Clínic implants a new covered stent for the first time in Spain to treat peripheral arterial disease
This innovative vascular device represents a substantial improvement in the treatment of the obstructive disease and arterial aneurysms.
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 Institu1
Aortic valve stenosis (AVS) is a degenerative disease that causes a narrowing of the heart’s aortic valve. This narrowing prevents the valve from ope1
Thrombosis, especially venous thrombosis, are one of the serious complications that can appear in patients affected by COVID-19. These complications,1