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HCSCHospital Clinico San Carlos (Spanish: San Carlos Clinical Hospital; Madrid, Spain)
HCSCHigher Command and Staff Course (educational Course run at the Joint Services Command & Staff College, Shrivenham, UK)
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Lucia Campos-Munoz, MD, of the Hospital Clinico San Carlos in Madrid and her associates underscored such lessons learned from five patients treated at their institution (Pediatr Dermatol.
(*) Emergency Department, Hospital Clinico San Carlos, Madrid, Spain.
Del ano 2010 al 2014 se realizaron en Madrid 2095 trasplantes de rinon, de los cuales 331 (un 15.79%) se implantaron en el Hospital Clinico San Carlos (7).
(1) Department of Pediatrics, Hospital Clinico San Carlos, Instituto de Investigacion Sanitaria del Hospital Clinico San Carlos (IdISSC), Madrid, Spain
The 12-person team will include a Paralympic athlete as well as three doctors from the Hospital Clinico San Carlos, five Airbus engineers, a member of Altran and two guides.
JOSE A EGIDO, MD MPHIL FESO, Stroke Unit and Neurosonology Laboratory Clinical Lead, Hospital Clinico San Carlos, Madrid, Spain.
They analyzed data on 811 patients with a STEMI heart attack admitted to the coronary care unit of Hospital Clinico San Carlos in Madrid between 2003 and 2009.
This work is included within a genetic study to analyze genetic alterations associated with cardiovascular disease that was approved by the local Ethics Committee of Hospital Clinico San Carlos. All patients gave informed consent.
Between April and June of this year, 12 patients in an intensive care unit at the Hospital Clinico San Carlos in Madrid were identified as having methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) that was also resistant to linezolid (Zyvox).
"The clinical data is strong, and clearly supports the use of Guidant's GALILEO System for treating blockages in coronary arteries," said Manel Sabate, M.D., of Hospital Clinico San Carlos in Madrid, Spain.
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