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A resident medical engineer ‘MIR’ to optimize SNS technology

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

need to find new formulas to optimize the use of medical technology in hospitals and making the most of the latest innovations has sparked a debate on how best to train clinical engineer who practice in the National Health System (SNS). Some voices in the health sector are already aiming to emulate the MIR model so that this profile also undergoes a residency period that will allow them to complete all their competencies. experience taught Front-line work. A proposition that does not emanate from the engineers themselves, but is supported by some of the benchmarks of care practice in the most important hospitals of the country. Community of Madrid.

Conference on ‘New Advances in Applied Clinical Engineering and 3D Printing’ of COIIM.

This ‘Baji’ has been one of the keys discussed by the speakers at the conference.New advances in applied clinical engineering and 3D printing Organized by the Medical and Sanitary Engineering Commission of College of Industrial Engineers of Madrid (COIIM). Exchange of impressions sought to promote the profession in healthcare centers at a time of high demand for engineers and new technologies involving artificial intelligence, virtual reality or three dimensional modeling Who have made a qualitative leap in assistance.

Coordinator of the Advanced Planning and 3D Fabrication Unit of Gregorio Maranon Hospital, Ruben Perez-Mannes, chose this figure of resident medical engineer as a way of guaranteeing their training within the hospital. “That’s the clinical engineering that’s needed: go to the sessions where the patient is, to the consultations, to the operating room”, highlighted the oncological orthopedic surgeon and traumatologist.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Rubén Pérez-Mananes, Coordinator of the Advanced Planning and 3D Fabrication Unit of the Gregorio Marañon Hospital.

said in the same order manuel quintana, Vice President of the Intensive Care Service of the La Paz University Hospital, who has expressed regret that the current training time for engineers in health centers is very short and basically limited to curricular practices. ,If you send me a student for three months, we do a tutorial and he leaves, we lose him ”, Has expressed regret and has also asked engineering schools to give more information to health about their various subjects.

He has also advocated a “bigger role for”tuition” future clinical engineers jose manuel bena, CEO and Founder of Breca Healthcare. Something he sees as essential is a profound reform in the management of health centres: “We must have the resources to devote time to them. It is not that you have 20 engineers coming. Hospitals need internal preparation to know how to meet these demands and where to place them.”

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Jose Manuel Baena, CEO and Founder of Breca Healthcare.


More recruitment of engineers in SNS

Training reform is not the only recipe for improving the national health system’s ability to harness new technologies. One key all speakers agree on is the urgency to invest more resources Increase in recruitment of sanitary engineers, Since now a good part of the needs are solved with university projects or practices. ,We are in a moment where there is no hope anymore, This is the point of no return, of inflection. Hospitals should bet yes or no on increasing workforce of engineers”, urges Andres Gomez, General Director of Infrastructure of the Community of Madrid.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Manuel Quintana, assistant of the Intensive Care Service of the University Hospital of La Paz.

Other phases of the round table focused on the challenges faced by engineering in a technology market that is subject to different regulations. Although The European Union It has already drawn up a unified regulation for a wide range of medical devices, its commercialization conditioned by clarifications from countries. “Different aspects must be developed by the member states. Spain is one of those that incorporates more specificities. One of them is the manufacturing license”, told maria alaizeTechnical Director of the Spanish Federation of Health Technology Companies.

To cope with this reality, engineering has pointed out that a “alliance between Industry, Private Sector and Hospital So that they are compatible with the parameters of care, in addition to new technologies that meet community and national regulations. “You not only have to think about projects like CE marking, but also be able to Test it in hospitals with clinical trial methodology”, Perez-Manes explains.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

María Aláez, Technical Director of the Spanish Federation of Health Technology Companies.


I Edition of CIMYS Awards

Beyond the Round Table, the conference organized by the Industrial Engineers of Madrid has also served to host earlier festivities. CIMYS Awards, Precise recognition for innovative projects by engineers in the field of health care, which have demonstrated a high level of performance by the students participating in its first edition. Helpers vote electronically among all projects submitted, making it possible to award them for work done in Four different hospitals in the Community of Madrid. The result evokes a feminine character because all the diplomas have been collected by engineers.

Adriana Rojas The University Hospital of La Paz has won the award for its design of a clinical simulator for training in thoracic ultrasound techniques and treatment of pneumothorax and pleural effusion in newborns. while the team is formed Estela Gomez, Iago Gonzalez, Diego Trapero, Itzaso Arteux, Ignacio Rodriguez, Elena Aguilera and Ruben Perez Gregorio Maranon for his program for the integration of 3D process into the patient’s electronic medical record.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Custom implant with 3D printing from Gregorio Marañón Hospital.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Sterilization of a 3D model for the entrance to the operating room of the Gregorio Marañón Hospital.

they even got an award Eva Milara and Patricia Sanchez who researched new methods based on medical imaging for the quantification of bone marrow involvement on 12 December at the hospital. whereas yamile aylas It has achieved this through the development of an efficient appointment mediation tool with patients from the NGO Salud Entre Culturas at the Ramon y Cajal Tropical Medicine Unit.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Maria Elena Hernando, Professor of Biomedical Engineering at UPM; Patricia Sanchez, Professor of Biomedical Engineering at UPM; Laura Gomez, Vice President of the COIIM Medical and Sanitary Engineering Commission; Carmen Vazquez, Director of Communications at COIIM; Adriana Rojas, Biomedical Engineer.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Adolfo Gómez, nuclear medicine physician at the 12 de Octubre Hospital; Enrique J. Gomez, President of the Spanish Society of Biomedical Engineering; Javier Bazquez, Head of the Radiology Service of the Ramón y Cajal Hospital; Manuel Quintana; and Juanjo Perez.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Salvador Urquia, Head of Health at Cervio; Francisco Bernardino, director of Servo Industry; Luis Talavera, Director of Infrastructures at the Hospital Negrin de Canarias; and Javier Guijarro, Secretary General of the Spanish Association of Hospital Engineering.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Alfonso Quiroga, Senior Health Manager at Cervo.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Juan Jose Perez, President of the COIIM Medical and Sanitary Engineering Commission.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Luis Talavera and Javier Guijarro.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Alfonso Quiroga and Juan Martinez, Sales Managers of Siemens Healthineers.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Martin Herrero, Consultative Member of the Spanish Association of Hospital Engineering; Celia Martin, an engineer at the Hospital La Paz; and Salvador Urquia.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Francisco Ucles, head of the Servio Additives Department; Adolfo Gomez; Nicole Cabrera, a biomedical engineer in the 3D printing laboratory at the Hospital 12 de Octubre; Antonio Martin, head of the 3D unit at the 12 de Octubre hospital.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Manuel Rodríguez, Eva Milara and David Palomino, members of the ETSIT Bioengineering and Telemedicine group.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Members of the 3D unit of Gregorio Maranon Hospital.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

industrial engineer Javier Soro at Ramon y Cajal Hospital; and Jaime Moujir, a biomedical engineer at Ramon y Cajal Hospital.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Miguel Piro, Biomedical Engineer; Javier Negredo, head of the security and maintenance section at La Paz Hospital; Miguel Chaves, Regional Director of SERVO; Diego Prieto, section chief at La Paz Hospital.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Manuel Quintana highlights the engineering innovations of the La Paz hospital.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Rubén Pérez-Mananes presents the projects of the 3D Unit of the Gregorio Marañon Hospital.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Adriana Rojas received the CYMIS Award for her contribution to the La Paz Hospital.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Estela Gomez received the award for her contribution to the Gregorio Marañon Hospital.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Eva Milara received the 12 de Octobre award for her contribution to the hospital.

A Resident Medical Engineer 'Mir' To Optimize Sns Technology

Yamil Ayala received the award for his contribution to the Ramon y Cajal Hospital.

Although it may contain statements, data or notes from health institutions or professionals, the information contained in Redaccion Médica is edited and prepared by journalists. We advise the reader to consult a health professional with any health questions.

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