Andalusia continues to invest in health. The University Hospital of Jaén has invested €1.3 million in a new hybrid technology operating room aimed at performance in interventions in this specialty for complex cases.
In addition, it will be used, occasionally, as an operating room to perform surgical techniques without the need for fluoroscopy, according to the statement from the Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs.
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The new hybrid technology will allow percutaneous and open vascular techniques to be carried out
Likewise, the territorial delegate of Health and Consumer Affairs, Elena González, highlighted that in the new operating room “1,200 procedures will be able to be carried out per year in this new area, which has had an execution period of forty days that has just been completed.” Of the total investment, €409,000 have been allocated to work and the rest, €871,000 , to equipment .
In the new hybrid technology operating room, percutaneous and open vascular techniques will be carried out, that is, combining ultrasound-guided, X-ray-guided procedures and conventional open techniques in the same patient, which will allow progress in surgical and endovascular resolution.
Likewise, many cardiovascular patients and patients with allergy problems to iodinated contrasts will be able to benefit from the new technology, which adapts to the patient’s conditions, allowing studies with Co2 as a contrast medium and fusion systems, avoiding CT scans after the procedure. Procedure which ensures the same and prevents new interventions .
The Andalusian Government will allocate a total of €14.27 billion in the 2024 Budgets for the Ministry of Health and Consumption
In this direction, the Andalusian Government will allocate in the 2024 Budgets a total of €14.27 billion for the Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs, which represents 3% more compared to 2023 and 45% compared to 2018 . Thus, the accounts reflect an increase compared to five years ago of €4.4 billion for Andalusian public health.
In this sense, it is worth noting that the 2024 Budget project contemplates a per capita expenditure on health of €1,695.96. That means 4.1% more than in 2023 (€1,629) and 45.1% more than in 2018 (€1,169).
45.7% of the sector’s public health spending in 2021 originated in three autonomous communities: Catalonia, Andalusia and Madrid , with €14.02 billion, €12.64 billion and €10.35 billion, respectively. However, the communities that increased their spending the most compared to the figure from the last period were Murcia (8.4%), the Canary Islands (7.2%) and Andalusia (6.6%).
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