Catalunya, Spain

Sagrat Cor University Hospital

  • 15Doctors

  • 25000Operations per year

  • 323Beds

  • 1100Medical staff

Overview

Sagrat Cor University Hospital is a hospital located in Catalunya, Spain. It is one of the most advanced facilities available in all of Spain. It is also considered one of the largest hospitals in all of Europe. The most famous hospital management teams lead it in all of Europe, and therefore, the setup, the treatment facility, and the environment are all top-notch. Specialists worldwide work at this hospital, making sure every patient gets the best treatment. It has been serving patients for the past 60 years with comprehensive care and treatment. They have some of the most advanced pieces of technology, making sure every pathology is easily picked on. It was established knowing that every patient is different and hence deals with their illnesses the same way. The way their system is designed not only helps patients feel at ease but also helps them recover at a faster pace. Sagrat Cor University Hospital has a massive team with over 40,000 employees. It is committed to providing quality healthcare to its patients. The doctors at Sagrat Cor University Hospital are trained to communicate with their patients to develop better rapport. It ensures that every patient coming from any part of the world receives first-hand treatment with exclusivity. They ensure it by providing a case manager to these individuals, who help them throughout their stay. It has been estimated that Sagrat Cor University Hospital treats more than 400,000 patients every year and has performed surgical operations on more than 25,000 people. They help build trust in this hospital even more, as more and more satisfied individuals leave after getting cured. TOP MEDICAL SPECIALTIES OFFERED AT THE SAGRAT COR UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL Sagrat Cor University Hospital has bagged many accreditations and awards due to its excellent treatment facilities. It is the third-largest hospital in all of Europe, and people from all over the world come to get their treatment done. It is especially famous for the following surgical and medical treatments: • SOFT TISSUE TUMORS Soft tissue tumors can be benign or malignant. Patients present to the Sagrat Cor University Hospital with complaints of pain. The pain is felt when cancer grows as it compresses the other structures and nerves along its path. Specialists at the Sagrat Cor University Hospital take good histories of such patients. After all of the questions, a proper examination is done of the lump to distinguish its number, size, consistency, margin, and border. The specialists then acquire knowledge about when they first noticed it. It also helps them recognize whether it has grown in size and any other associated symptoms ever since experiencing this pain. Excellent communication and a set of examinations give them clues whether the lesion is benign or malignant. Benign soft tissue tumors include; lipomas, angiolipoma, fibroma, schwannoma, neurofibroma, etc. These are first biopsied to check for their malignant potential, and then they are resected if it is large enough and causes a lot of pain. Patients who have malignant soft tissue tumors are managed proficiently at Sagrat Cor University Hospita with both medical and surgical therapy. These tumors can be of the muscle, tendon, or ligament, often classified as sarcomas. Through multiple investigations, their extent and size are noted, and according to that, treatment and management protocols are followed. Chemotherapy is often used along with surgical removal of the affected area. • GYNECOLOGICAL CANCERS There are five types of gynecological cancers that patients present with at the Sagrat Cor University Hospital. These include; cervical, ovarian, vaginal, vulval, and endometrial cancer. The symptoms of all of them are very similar, but treatment and management strategies vary from person to person. Gynecologists at the Sagrat Cor University Hospital make sure to investigate patients with symptoms of excessive vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain, irregular periods, and weight loss. Several investigations are then sent to diagnose the condition, including the BRCA test, AFP test, Pelvic Ultrasound, and MRI scan. These tests help identify the extent and spread of cancer and are then managed accordingly. Surgery is often recommended to remove the organ where the cancer cells are present. • STOMACH AND DUODENAL DISEASE Many pathologies can exist in the entirety of the gastrointestinal tract. Patients often complain of abdominal pain, blood in their stools, nausea, constipation, frequent acid reflux, blood in vomiting, black stools, and constant fatigue. Any patient who presents with such complaints is examined for many diseases. Diseases of the stomach can be due to gastritis, peptic ulcer disease, Zollinger Ellison syndrome, gastric lymphomas, or any tumors. These individuals are sent for further workup with barium studies, urea breath tests, endoscopy, and MRI scans. Patients who come to Sagrat Cor University Hospital with pathologies existing in their duodenum also have the same symptoms, but it is more often associated with weight loss and malabsorption. Conditions such as Celiac disease, Whipple's disease, Meckel's diverticulum, and irritable bowel syndrome are managed at the Sagrat Cor University Hospital. A proper guided examination is carried out on these individuals, and investigations are sent to reach a final diagnosis. A team of expert gastroenterologists at the Sagrat Cor University Hospital makes sure to evaluate every symptom and provide immediate relief to their patients. • TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT Total knee replacement surgery is often done in patients who cannot move or walk. These individuals are offered this surgical option to restore the function of their diseased knee. Patients with arthritis usually come to the Sagrat Cor University Hospital to get the knee replacement surgical procedure done. An incision is made on the skin, and then as soon as the surgeons reach the cavity, they explore it and remove the damaged areas of the knee, which includes scraping off portions of the femur, tibia, fibula, and patella. It is then all cleared and replaced by an artificial knee joint. The artificial joint is made from metal alloys and polymers, which helps restore the function of the knees. Orthopedic surgeons at the Sagrat Cor University Hospital are very skilled and have performed this complex procedure on several individuals successfully.

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