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- The head of the critical patient research group, Oriol Roca, has also received an award from the organization for his project on personalizing the treatment of respiratory failure with high-flow oxygen therapy
- Researchers Marta Camprubí, Aina Areny and Elena Campaña, from the same group, have also been awarded for their research projects
- With the sum of all the recognitions, the Intensive Medicine Service of Parc Taulí is the one that has won the most prizes in this edition of the Research Awards of the European Society of Intensive Medicine
Anthony Artigas, reference and pioneer in research and assistance to the critically ill patient, has received the medal of honor of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM), the European Critical Care Society, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to Intensive Care Medicine for more than 40 years.
Artigas has a long and distinguished career in the field of research and in the healthcare sector, as director emeritus of the Taulí ICU. His research has focused on the pathophysiological mechanisms, treatment and outcome of sepsis and acute respiratory failure, for which he has received numerous awards and distinctions. In addition, he has also held very important positions in several scientific societies, being an active member of some of them.
His dedication and experience have allowed him to witness the evolution of intensive care medicine and continue to actively participate in its advancement to this day. Currently, it is part of the translational research group in the critical patient of the area of infections and immunology of the I3PT.
Roca collects the Jordi Mancebo Award on Physiology-based management of respiratory failure
For his part, Oriol Roca, head of the translational research group in the critical patient of the I3PT and director of the Critical Area of the Parc Taulí University Hospital, has been awarded the Jordi Mancebo award Award on Physiology-based management of respiratory failure, awarded by the same entity, for its project on the personalization of treatment with high-flow oxygen therapy for respiratory insufficiency.
The study will evaluate the regional effect on pulmonary ventilation in patients with acute respiratory failure treated with high nasal flow. The results of the study will allow us to understand how to individualize the flow administered at the bedside in patients with respiratory failure.
Three researchers from the I3PT, awarded
Marta Camprubí, PhD researcher in the translational research group in the critical patient of the I3PT, has received the Basic Science Award 2023 for the project Effects of hypercapnia and pneumonia-causing bacteria in a lung-on-a-chip model (HyPChip), of which she has been the main researcher. too Aina Areny, researcher in the same group, has been awarded the Levi-Montalcini Biomedical Sciences Award 2023, prize aimed at scientists and physicists from all over the world, to lead the project Synthetic nanocapsules as innovative treatment for sepsis (SPRINT-4-SEPSIS). The contribution of the researcher from the same group in both projects should be highlighted Elena Campaign.
With the sum of all recognitions, the Intensive Medicine Service of Parc Taulí has won the most awards in this edition of the Research Awards of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine.
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