Dr. Alejandro Pelaz Salomón
• More than 10 years of experience• Private healthcare professional, has its own office in Valladolid (today) • Specialist Hospital Clinico Universitario de Valladolid (August 2010 - present)• Member of the Bariatric Surgery Unit at the University Hospital Rio Hortega of Valladolid (April 2003 - August 2010)• Transposition General Surgery and Gastroenterology, University Hospital of Valladolid (October 1990)• Transposition General Surgery and Digestive Diseases at the Hospital Virgen de la Concha de Zamora (May-June 1987)• Medical Specialist in the Department of General Surgery and Digestive General Hospital Yague Burgos (July-December 1987)• Medical Specialist in the Department of General Surgery and Digestive del Río Hortega Hospital (February 1986 - February 1987 and December 1989 - October 1990)• Surgical Assistant Acting as the Ambulatory "Las Delicias" of Valladolid (April-December 1985)• MIR in General and Digestive Surgery at the Rio Hortega Hospital (January 1980 - December 1984)• General practitioner Primary, Acting, Serving in Grijota, Palencia (August 1978 - July 1979) ...
• Lecturer in courses for pharmaceutical Parenteral Nutrition held at the Rio Hortega Hospital in Valladolid (1982 and 1983)• Professor in the I, II and III courses ostomy nurses Castilla and Leon (Valladolid, 1985, 1986 and 1987)
• Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Valladolid (Madrid, March 1979)• monographic courses doctorate (1979 - 1980) • Specialist in General and Digestive Surgery (Madrid, May 1985)• Degree of Doctor exercise on "Nutrient Intraperitoneal Administration. New method of Parenteral Nutrition Human" with the qualification "Apto Cum Laude" (December 1990)• Doctor degree from the Faculty of Medicine of Valladolid (certificate issued in March 1991)• Specialist in Occupational Medicine (certificate issued in Madrid, June 1980) ...
Publications and conferences
• Coauthor of communication "retroperitoneal sarcomas"• Coauthor of communication "Colorectal Cancer in nonagenarians" • Surgical treatment of complications of colon cancer. Gastrum "Digestive Pathology." Monograph on Cancer of the Colon and Rectum (1984)• The Cefemandol as infection prophylaxis in biliary surgery. Rev. Esp. Enf. Clinical Microbiology and Infectious. (May-June 1986)• Operated Stomach cancer: Experimental study. Review of the Castilian-Leonesa Association of Gastroenterology (1989)• Psoas Abscess Primaries. Published in the journal Proceedings Urologic Spanish (1989)• Abdominale voie d'abord pour le Traitement des Cancers du Rein Etendus to Veine Cave Inférieure. Published in the Journal Annales Chirugie Vasculaire (2000)• Aproach in the transabdominal Surgical Management of Renal Tumors Involving the Inferior Vena Cava retrohepatic. Published in the journal Annals of Vascular Surgery (2000)• Tansabdominal Surgical Approach in the Management of Renal Tumors Involving the Inferior Vena Cava retrohepatic. Annals Vascular Surgery (2000)• Communication: Emergency Surgery of Liver Hidatidosis. LIII Special Meeting of the School of Digestive Pathology Hospital de Sant Pau (June 1982)• Communication: Cefemandol infection prophylaxis in biliary surgery. First National Symposium of antibiotic prophylaxis in surgery (Barcelona 1985)• Communication: Parenteral Nutrition by Way Peritoneal in CAPD. XIX National Congress of the Spanish Society of Internal Medicine (Valladolid, October 1990)• Communication: Results of treatment of recurrent inguinal hernia with hernia repair with "Plug" polypropylene. Congress of the International College of Surgeons. San Lorenzo del Escorial, June 1999• Communication: Giant retroperitoneal liposarcoma. III National Course of Surgery (Lleida, April 2005)• Speaker at the IV National Symposium on surgical Updates (Valladolid, March 1982)• Speaker at the VI National Symposium on surgical Updates (Valladolid, April 1984)• Speaker at the VI Scientific Meeting of the Spanish Association of Hydatid Disease (April 1986)• Speaker at the XI National Surgical Symposium Updates (Valladolid, October 1989) ...
Recognition and awards
• Development and implementation of Liver Surgery at the University Hospital (October 2006-2003)
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Gynecologic cancer is any cancer that begins in the female reproductive organs. Although we refer to them as a group, in fact each has its own sy Gynecologic cancer is any cancer that begins in the female reproductive organs. Although we refer to them as a group, in fact each has its own symptoms and risk factors. The can get any woman, but it is known that the risk increases with age. Major gynecological cancers are cervical, ovarian and uterine cancers; less frequently, cancer of the fallopian tube and primary peritoneal. Treatment depends on various factors such as the type of cancer, its stage and location. You may be required to perform surgery to remove it gynecologic cancer, and / or radiotherapy or chemotherapy. ...
Laparoscopy is a surgical technique inspection of the abdominal cavity that does not require large incisions. During the laparoscopic surgical procedu Laparoscopy is a surgical technique inspection of the abdominal cavity that does not require large incisions. During the laparoscopic surgical procedure, the abdomen is introduced into a laparoscope, which is a tube containing an optical system coupled to a light source. The camera allows the doctor to inspect, from a monitor, the pelvic organs and, if necessary, introduce other instruments through the same laparoscope to correct any problems. The benefits of laparoscopic surgery are numerous, so it is applied in various fields. In urology shorter hospital stay and recovery is required, there is less chance of infectious complications, decreases postoperative pain and no visible scarring. In gynecology it is used for inspection of certain diseases or gynecological processes: cysts, fibroids, hysterectomy, pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, etc. Moreover, laparoscopy is used in other medical specialties and processes such as prostate cancer, the varicele or some kidney diseases. ...
Liver surgery is the set of surgical procedures performed to treat different problems that can affect this organ. The liver may suffer from hepatitis Liver surgery is the set of surgical procedures performed to treat different problems that can affect this organ. The liver may suffer from hepatitis A, B, C, D, E, cirrhosis, hereditary, autoimmune or infectious disease or cancer. To address these conditions, the surgical procedure is used hepatectomy, which involves removal of all or part of the liver for transplantation or for treating tumor diseases. The surgeon removes the diseased organ and replace it with a healthy one from a deceased donor liver or a portion of a living donor. The patient must take medication the rest of his life to prevent his body from rejecting the new organ. This operation is performed with a liver incision in the abdomen and can last up to twelve hours. When liver removal affects only part of it, the procedure is known as Segmentectomy, which is removal of one or more segments of the organ. This technique can be performed by laparoscopy (minimally invasive surgery) which requires entering through small incisions in the abdominal skin a thin tube with a camera (laparoscope) and other tools to perform surgery. ...
Obesity surgery, known as bariatric surgery, is the set of techniques to reduce the intake or food absorption capacity. Surgery is indicated for Obesity surgery, known as bariatric surgery, is the set of techniques to reduce the intake or food absorption capacity. Surgery is indicated for morbidly obese patients having a body mass index greater than 40kg / m2 or to those affected by severe obesity and associated diseases. Moreover, stomach surgery is performed through restrictive, malabsorptive or mixed media. The restrictive adjustable gastric banding (one ring placed around the entrance of the stomach which limits intake) gastrectomy (stomach reduction operation to remove 80 percent of its volume) and plicated tubular gastroplasty (included stomach operation that reduces the intake capacity by inward folding of the wall of the stomach itself). Malabsorptive techniques are duodenal (removal of much of the stomach joins the small intestine up to the duodenum to take half of it) and biliopancreatic diversion (halving junction of the stomach and small intestine). The combined procedure is the gastric bypass (leaving a small stomach and connected to the small intestine, using 60 percent of it). All these methods can be performed by open or laparoscopic surgery. ...
Obesity is a disease characterized by the presence of an excess of fat mass (fat) in the body and for weight gain, usually due to a disproportionate food intake. This condition is easily diagnosed by assessing the body mass index and overall constitution of the person. The sum of factors that cause this disease, typical of the XXI century, include a sedentary lifestyle, a poor dietary patterns, and genetic and environmental factors. On the other hand, obesity is often aggravated by a number of other associated diseases, such as diabetes, cholesterol, triglycerides and hypertension, in addition to incur certain social rejection and lead to psychological problems. Also among the population suffering from this disease, there is increased risk of cardiovascular events, particularly in patients with abdominal obesity (an indicator of insulin resistance). The treatment of obesity through the monitoring of the recommendations of endocrine and nutritionists, based on a good individualized dietary plan, and changes in daily routines, especially when it comes to exercise. It is also important to establish these guidelines from childhood to avoid the appearance of so-called childhood obesity. ...