By Euro Weekly News Media •
Updated: 04 Mar 2022 • 13:17
Scientific research is another one of the strengths of Quirónsalud Marbella hospital. This Marbella hospital has published the summary of its research projects for 2021, which offers a glimpse of the research activity being conducted by the specialists of this hospital. One of the most significant conclusions of this report is the ongoing growth of the hospital in this area.
The report highlights Quirónsalud Marbella for its involvement in 21 clinical studies, a number exceeding last years’ numbers. The Head of Research, Francisco Jesús González, explains “10 clinical studies, 9 observational studies and 2 research projects have been conducted. The development of clinical studies is one of the internal objectives of our establishment and, by looking at the direction of the last two years, we can assure the hospital is now consolidating its position in this area”.
A clinical trial is the research into new drugs with the purpose of understanding their effects and safety profile. “In particular, the Pulmonology Unit stands out in this area with active involvement in 7 clinical trials. Two of them are still at an early stage (Phase II) and another two are linked to treatments against COVID-19. Additionally to this speciality, other units such as Angiology and Vascular Surgery, ENT and Paediatrics, have been involved in clinical trials, states Mr González.
In terms of the list of scientific publications in which the specialists from Quirónsalud Marbella hospital have been involved, there has also been a significant increase in the number of scientific articles as well as their accumulated impact, which have increased from 13 articles in 2020 to 19 in 2021. The most active implication was that of the ENT Unit (10), followed by the units of Pulmonology (5), Digestive System (3), Angiology and Vascular Surgery (2), Anaesthesiology (1), Dermatology (1), Internal Medicine (1) and Ophthalmology (1).
According to our research expert, the involvement of the various specialties of our hospital in research activity reflects the high curricular value of its health professionals. In his opinion, 2022 will see a continued growth in this area, thanks to the commitment of the specialists who are already involved in this activity and the recent incorporation of new health professionals with outstanding medical and research profiles.
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