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University Medical Center Freiburg
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Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI)
Procedures using catheterization
Fasting blood sugar test
Glycated hemoglobin (A1C) test
Magnetic resonance elastography (MRE)
University Medical Center Freiburg, Germany, is a developed state-of-the-art hospital providing its services with compassion and care with a dash of responsibility toward its patients and environment. This hospital is located in the Freiburg region, Germany. It is a teaching hospital and one of the largest medical care hospitals in Europe. University Medical Center Freiburg, Germany is a certified medical hospital due to its one-of-a-kind operative services. It has been recognized twice in 2005 and 2008 with certification of KTQ, Cooperation for Quality and Transparency in Healthcare. Foreign patients and their families are assisted in this medical center by providing services such as Visa assistance, translators, and appointment management. Regular service of training is provided to the staff to keep them up to date with the contemporary methods of medical care tactics. These pieces of training are also offered in English and Russian languages to facilitate the foreign patients. Doctors and the medical staff available in the University Medical Center Freiburg, Germany, are diverse, competitive, and highly trained in their specializations. This provides an edge to this medical care hospital as it can provide individual-based care and ensure optimal treatment of its patients. Patients are delegated transparently about the views and treatments by the doctors for the success of surgeries and medical care. TOP MEDICAL SPECIALITIES PROVIDED AT UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER FREIBURG, GERMANY Just as many hospitals around Europe, University Medical Center Freiburg, Germany, is well equipped with high technology medical instruments and error-free conduction of medical tests services. Their staff and the doctors are highly educated and believe in providing complete attention to their patients. It is an educational, medical center; and exceptionally active in research, which provides a forecast of the upcoming increase of diseases resulting in preparation to mitigate such health hazards on time by University Medical Center Freiburg, Germany. A few of the specialties conducted by this hospital are briefly explained as follows: • ALLERGEN-SPECIFIC IMMUNOTHERAPY Allergen immunotherapy is known as repeated injection of allergen extracts to allergic-sensitive individuals to instigate a long-term relief from hypersensitivity. The goal is to enhance the quality of life during any potential exposure to allergens. This type of therapy is recommended for patients with allergic rhino conjunctivitis and allergic asthma, mainly during seasonal pollinosis. Patients with perennial diseases and sensitive to dust or house mites, bee stings, and venom-allergic individuals are also recommended for this therapy. It is also highly effective on patients with allergic rhinitis, seasonal allergic asthma; however, less effective on perennial asthma. This therapy ensures long-term results as it directly treats the underlying causes of disease generation. Immunotherapy is administered in the general context of the disease management program of a patient. It should only be performed in a specialized allergy center by trained staff where the vaccine is stored at 4ºC and administration of injections should only be done during the presence of a physician. University Medical Center Freiburg, Germany, has recruited trained and educated physicians that have dealt with severe to mild cases of allergy-sensitive patients. These patients have been recommended Immunotherapy after careful study of these patients' health disorders. • HEAD AND NECK CANCER SURGERY Cancers, collectively known as head and neck cancers, generally begin in the squamous cells, which line mucosal surfaces of the head and neck. They are located inside the mouth, throat, and voice box. This cancer is also known as squamous cell carcinomas of the head and neck. Head and neck cancers have chances of beginning in the salivary glands, sinuses, nerves, or muscles in the head and neck. These types of cancers can affect twice as many men compared to women. It is also diagnosed more often among people over age 50 compared to younger people. The treatment for head and neck cancer includes surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, targeted therapy, Immunotherapy, and occasionally a combination of treatments based on the patient's condition. The treatment plan for an individual patient depends on many factors such as the location and stage of the tumor, age of the patient and general health. Individuals with higher HPV-positive oropharyngeal tumors have a higher chance of complete cure from head and neck cancers than those with HPV-negative tumors. The objective of intensive treatments for head and neck cancers is to counter and mitigate the disorder. However, it is pertinent to mention the efforts of doctors in preserving the function of the areas or organs which are affected for a return to normalcy for a patient. Furthermore, Rehabilitation is a crucial part of treating head and neck cancer. University Medical Center Freiburg, Germany, has experienced oncologists who have successfully treated patients suffering from mild to severe head and neck cancer stages. These oncologists actively provide care after surgery to ensure the success of the surgery. • CATARACT SURGERY Cataract surgery is a medical treatment of removing the eye lens and replacing it with an artificial lens. Typically, the lens of the eye is clear. A cataract causes a lens to become cloudy, affecting the vision. Cataract is treated by an ophthalmologist (eye doctor). The treatment is outpatient, in which a stay in the hospital is not necessary. This surgery is a standard and safe procedure. Cataracts are a cause of blurry vision and an increase of glare from lights. Cataract surgery may cause complications. However, the University Medical Center Freiburg, Germany, has successful ophthalmologists who do not perform the surgery without a prior study of a patient's eye. Furthermore, a list of after-surgery of care is developed for the patients as the success of the surgery heavily depends on this factor.