Quironsalud Marbella this year launched a training plan which will bring prestigious professionals to the health center to share with the specialists of the Marbella hospital the latest knowledge and advances in the scientific-medical field.
The initiative, promoted by the hospital management, is addressed to all healthcare staff with the aim of guaranteeing continuous updating and acquisition of knowledge, as indicated by the center through a statement.
“As a hospital we must provide those tools that allow them to acquire improvements in their scientific-technical training specific to their functions“, explained the medical director of the Hospital Quirónsalud Marbella, Miguel Ángel Ramírez Marrero.
He also added that “with this we achieve the Obtaining better health results for all our patients and a higher degree of satisfaction with the care received at our hospital. They are essential ingredients to maintain the position of our hospital as a national and international benchmark on the Costa del Sol”.
The doctor Fernando Fariñas Guerrero, director of the Institute of Clinical Immunology and Infectious Diseaseshas been the first guest in this training cycle to give a keynote speech specialists from different services of the Marbella health center.
His dissertation has addressed aspects related to sepsis from the perspective of clinical immunology developing essential sections such as the pathophysiological mechanisms involved in this syndrome, the possible therapeutic targets (current and those in the research phase) and the relationship between the flora microbiota and sepsis.
The choice of this theme as the central thread of the keynote speech “is not accidental”, they have qualified, since “the sepsis or septicemia is a serious medical conditioncaused by a drastic immune response to an infection.
“It is a clinical process of great relevance, whose detection and early establishment of specific treatment is crucial due to its prognostic implications for the patient”, explained the medical director.
As indicated, all professionals have been informed that in the development of their daily care activity they can attend to patients susceptible to developing sepsis.
Ramírez has pointed out that some of the services involved they are the Emergency Department (adults and Paediatrics), Obstetrics and Gynecology, the Intensive Care Unit, Internal Medicine, Anesthesia, Digestive Surgery or Laboratory.
The next conferences will address issues relevant to patient care, such as time-dependent codes influential in serious episodes, such as myocardial infarction or stroke. Likewise, interventions focused on professional ethics and good practices have been programmed.