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Ovarian cyst resection

It refers to the surgery where one or more ovarian cysts are removed. In many cases, after its removal, the cyst is sent to a laboratory to analyze its origin. Before the procedure: Before surgery, it will be essential that your doctor performs an ultrasound to locate the cyst and evaluate if the procedure is […]

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Pap smear

It is a gynecological exam performed to detect the presence of cervical cancer, as well as the existence of abnormal cells in the cervix that could later turn into cancer. During the test: Your doctor must indicate the best time to perform this test. It is usually recommended to perform the test every 2 or […]

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Gastric bypass

Within bariatric surgeries, gastric bypass is one of the most common procedures for morbidly obese patients who have not responded favorably to other less radical treatments to lose between 50 to 60% of their excess weight.  This procedure’s technique consists of dividing the stomach in two; the upper part, which is smaller in size, is […]

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Artificial heart valve

Also known as heart valve prosthesis, it is a mechanical or biological device that replaces the injured natural heart valve, and which is implanted through heart surgery.  A damaged heart valve leads to stenosis or heart failure. The first causes the valve to narrow, preventing it from opening properly and hindering blood flow; while the […]

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Kidney transplant

When a patient has suffered chronic kidney damage and is in advanced stages of the disease with a dysfunctional kidney, it is necessary to remove it and replace it with a healthy kidney from a living or deceased donor.  The high incidence of chronic degenerative diseases such as diabetes, metabolic disorders related to lifestyle and […]

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Pediatric emergency area

Composed of a team of pediatricians, traumatologists, surgeons, neonatologists, and other health professionals, with the care of specialized nursing staff, the Pediatric Emergency Area provides care to children up to 16 years old.  A medical emergency is a sudden and serious event that puts the patient’s life at risk and that needs to be attended […]

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Liver transplant

When a patient’s liver is severely damaged and does not improve with any treatment, becoming dysfunctional, it is necessary to perform this surgical procedure that consists of replacing the diseased liver with a healthy one from a deceased donor or with a part of a healthy liver removed from a living donor, with the aim […]

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Heart transplant

When a damaged or dysfunctional heart has not been able to recover through various pharmacological or surgical therapies, it is necessary to replace the organ with a healthy one provided by a donor.  Heart transplant is a highly complex surgical procedure, but it currently has good chances of success with an increasingly high survival rate. […]

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Solid organ transplants

A transplant consists of the implantation of organs, tissues, or cells, which come from a living or deceased donor to a recipient who suffers from a condition that can be solved through this procedure, giving patients a second chance at life. Solid organ transplant between a donor and a recipient is called allogeneic, being the […]

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Pediatric intensive care unit

Its purpose is to diagnose and treat critically ill pediatric patients, whether due to serious but curable life-threatening diseases, or irreversible chronic conditions that require support, monitoring, and replacement of body functions.  It is a specialty that combines pediatrics and adult intensive care, offering high-quality medical care focused on nursing care, control of the respiratory […]

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