Colegio de medicos lugo

Medical College of Cantabria

Our team is made up of qualified professionals who are members of the Professional College of Physiotherapy. We have several specializations and additional personal training in different specialties. C/ DINÁN, nº 9 BAJO – LUGO.

Also known as Clínica TorreSalud, offers numerous specialties to patients in the center of the province of Lugo, some of the specialties that you can find in this clinic are: psychology, urology, gynecology, traumatology … C/ CELSO EMILIO FERREIRO, nº 20 MONFORTE.

In our medical centers we provide care to any patient, offering a wide range of specialties. Our training and the technology available in the clinics allow us to offer a service of the highest quality and at the same time personalized and adapted to the needs of each patient.

Medical Association of Galicia

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR- José Antonio Fornos Pérez, community pharmacist in Cangas do Morrazo (Pontevedra). Doctor in Pharmacy.  Specialist in Clinical Analysis. Associate Professor at the University of Santiago de Compostela (ES).

– Barros Velázquez, JorgeDoctor in Pharmacy.    Professor of the Department of Analytical Chemistry, Nutrition and Bromatology, Food Technology Area of the University of Santiago de Compostela (ES).

– Carbajal de Lara, José AntonioCommunity pharmacist in Albacete. Doctor in Pharmacy. Specialist in Microbiology and Hospital Pharmacy.      Associate Professor at the University of Castilla la Mancha (ES).

– Gastelurrutia Garralda, Miguel ÁngelCommunity pharmacist in Gipuzkoa. Doctor in Pharmacy. Specialist in Clinical Analysis.    Member of the Research Group in PA of the University of Granada (ES).

– Laven, AnnaPh.D. in Pharmacy.    Director of the Medical Pharmacy Educational Program, Heinrich-Heine University of Düsseldorf (GER).      Executive Director of the Pharmacology Research and Training Center Berlin (Pharmabrain GMBH) (GER).

Colegio de médicos de asturias

Fue vicepresidente del Colegio de Médicos de Ourense (1995-99), coordinador médico del Centro de Salud de El Barco (Ourense) durante seis años, responsable del programa municipal de prevención de drogas en el Ayuntamiento de El Barco durante cuatro años y representante del Colegio de Médicos de Ourense en el

Premios y distinciones: Premio K.K. Chen en Farmacología, Universidad de Indiana; Premio al Desarrollo de la Carrera Docente en Farmacología Clínica, Fundación de la Asociación de Fabricantes Farmacéuticos; Premio a la Investigación de Nuevos Investigadores, Instituto Nacional del Cáncer; Raymond R. Paradise Memorial Lecturer, Departamento de Farmacología, Universidad de Indiana; 10th Annual Theodore Segal Memorial Lecturer, Departamento de Medicina, Universidad de Louisville; The Golden Apple Teaching Award, Internal Medicine House Staff

Arizona; Best Doctors in America (1993-2000); Premio al Profesor Visitante en Farmacología Clínica de la Universidad de Carolina del Norte/Glaxo; Beca del Colegio Americano de Médicos-Sociedad Americana de Medicina Interna; Best Doctors de 2003, Tampa

College of Physicians

Perioperative Complications in Plastic SurgeryAnesthesia Topics for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery [Working Title], 2018Save to LibraryDownload PDFEditCompare Citation Rank Readers Related Papers MentionsView Impact.

Back to the Future: Ketamine and Nitrous Oxide in Major Refractory DepressionJournal of Anesthesia & Critical Care: Open Access, 2017Save to LibraryDownload PDFEditCompare Citation Rank Readers Related Papers MentionsView Impact.

Day of the Dead. A Ritual Festivity with Mexican TraditionThe cover of this supplement to Anesthesia in Mexico is a collage of images that are very familiar to the… more The cover of this supplement of Anesthesia in Mexico is a collage of images that are very familiar in our country during the month of November and on occasions of other funeral festivities. The purpose is to show the globalized world one of our oldest traditions, a custom that has been preserved over the years, from generation to generation, which transnational influences have not touched in its essence. On the first and second days of each November, Mexicans remember our dead relatives and friends with a very special celebration. While in other cultures these are dates of sadness, we pour into the cemeteries full of joy, flowers, food, drink and other items to tell our dead how much we still love them. Death is our final destiny in this life, in this world. As children, Mexicans are taught not to fear death, to see it as a natural phenomenon, as the final part of life…Save to LibraryEditCompare Citation Rank Readers Related Papers MentionsView Impact