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  • December 13th - Press release

    Hospital costs estimated of occupational diseases not recognized by the Social Security

    Hospital costs estimated of occupational diseases not recognized by the Social Security Researchers led by Dr. Consol Serra have studied the exact, individualized cost of patients suffering from occupational diseases admitted to Hospital del Mar.

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  • 29th October, 2019 - Press release

    Living in a noisy area increases the risk of suffering a more serious stroke

    Living in a noisy area increases the risk of suffering a more serious stroke A study by the Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute (IMIM), Hospital del Mar, ISGlobal, and Brown University, in the United States, has revealed that xposure to high levels of traffic noise increases the risk of suffering a more serious ischaemic stroke by 30%. Conversely, proximity to green areas has a beneficial effect and reduces the risk of a more serious stroke by 25%. The work, published in the journal Environmental Research, analysed data from nearly 3,000 patients treated at Hospital del Mar.

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  • 20 May, 2019 - Press release

    A conference to promote women's research in computational biology

    A conference to promote women's research in computational biology Barcelona Supercomputing Center, UPC and Institut Hospital del Mar d'Investigacions Mèdiques organize the first Advances in Computational Biology conference will bring together researchers working on systems biology, omics technologies, artificial intelligence and high-performance computing (HPC) with applications to biology from both the public and the private sectors. The conference will be held November 28-29 in La Pedrera (Barcelona).

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  • 4 April, 2019 - Press release

    Paradigm shift in how bone fractures are avoided in HIV patients

    Paradigm shift in how bone fractures are avoided in HIV patients A study by doctors and researchers at Hospital del Mar and the Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute, in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University in the United States, reveals that osteoporosis problems in HIV sufferers are caused by infection and not antiretroviral treatment. The discovery modifies how the problem of bone fracture is addressed in these patients, leading the way to studies of new drugs that complement treatments for combatting the virus. The results have been obtained thanks to a bone quality measurement technique that applies a clinical protocol developed at Hospital del Mar and which several centres in other countries have already shown interest in.

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