Dr. Juan Antonio Barios Heredero
• More than 20 years of experience• Center for Biomedical Technology, Polytechnic University of Madrid. Post-doctoral researcher contracted by the Group of animals and cell models by the consortium "Neurotec" (2012-present) • Post-doctoral researcher hired by the "MELOMICS: Optimization of therapeutic response to modulation of auditory stimuli" program. University of Malaga (2011)• Ramon y Cajal Institute of Health Research. Post-doctoral researcher hired in Experimental Neurology Unit in charge of the 'Programme for R & D activities between research groups in Biosciences Madrid in Biomedical Engineering (MADR.IB). "• Exercise as a specialist in various units of clinical neurophysiology (1993-1996) Doctor ...
• Professor Doctoral course "Neurobiology of Sleep": Performed annually in the Department of Morphology, Faculty of Medicine of the Autonomous University of Madrid• Professor Master course "Biomedical Signal Processing": Performed annually in the Biomedical Technology Center, part of the Polytechnic University of Madrid (2013-2014)) • Professor of the course "Biomedical Signal Analysis" (2011)• Professor subjects of the degree of Biomedical Engineering "Biomedical Signal Processing" ("Biomedical Signal" and "Laboratory of biomedical signals"), part of the Polytechnic University of Madrid (2013 and 2014) ...
• Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from the Complutense University of Madrid (1985-1991)• MIR in Clinical Neurophysiology at the Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Marañón (1993-1996) • Specialist programming and Internet services by the School of Telecommunications at the Polytechnic University of Madrid (2001)• PhD in Neuroscience from the Autonomous University of Madrid (2008) ...
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Transcranial magnetic stimulation is a noninvasive technique applied in persistent neuropsychiatric diseases such as depression, posttraumatic stress, Transcranial magnetic stimulation is a noninvasive technique applied in persistent neuropsychiatric diseases such as depression, posttraumatic stress, obsessive-compulsive disorder ( OCD) or other non-psychiatric pathologies. Its use is activating them directly stimulate brain regions, as in the case of the prefrontal cortex and other areas associated with the regulation of mood, using electrical energy that travels through a stimulation coil to create a powerful magnetic field. During a treatment session, the energy of the field is transferred into the brain of a patient through the skin and skull. The advantages of this method is that it is painless and without surgery or sedation. ...
Attention deficit disorder is a congenital, but that is accentuated with age and can be confused with forgetfulness of aging. Some people are affected Attention deficit disorder is a congenital, but that is accentuated with age and can be confused with forgetfulness of aging. Some people are affected more than others, so when a patient experiences really worrying oversights, simply, it is a DA camufaldo, and dragged throughout life. Some symptoms to recognize an adult with AD are inattention, that seem escuhar when spoken to, often forget things necessary for their normal operation, have difficulty organizing their responsibilities, have difficulty presenting sustained attention ... It is estimated that the rate of DA in children is 5%. Well, between 50% and 70% of these children continue to have the disorder in adulthood. ...
Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), also known as incipient dementia, is a phase of normal aging people in which manifest cognitive decline. It can cause Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), also known as incipient dementia, is a phase of normal aging people in which manifest cognitive decline. It can cause memory problems, abnormal thinking and language, etc. Anyway, this kind of damage does not usually affect the routines or daily activities. The mild cognitive impairment may increase their level of involvement and become a dementia over time, associated with Alzheimer's disease or other neurological diseases. Currently, there is no curative treatment for the mild cognitive impairment but often prescribe some medications used to treat the factors that affect memory. ...
Dementia is the progressive loss of cognitive functions. It is mainly due to brain damage. This disease causes inability to perform activities of dail Dementia is the progressive loss of cognitive functions. It is mainly due to brain damage. This disease causes inability to perform activities of daily living. It mainly affects memory, language (aphasia ), attention, visual skills, praxis and executive functions such as problem solving or inhibition of responses. As the disease progresses you can observe the loss of orientation and identity. ...
The EEG is a technique indicated to record the electrical activity of the brain at rest or sleep to increase the effectiveness of it.
The Electromyography evaluates and records the electrical activity produced by skeletal muscles in our order to detect abnormalities. The test is performed by inserting a needle electrode through the skin into the muscle. ...
Electroretinography is a test that measures eye sensitivity to light. The response of the rods and cones of the retina. This test is done to detect any possible pathology in the retina to determine if surgery is recommended retinal ...
Epilepsy is a disorder characterized by sudden onset of recurrent seizures that are usually diagnosed by testing (EEG and MRI) to determine its cause. According to the diagnosis, treatment can be pharmacological, dietary, surgical or avoidance of stimuli that trigger epileptic episodes. This disease can affect people of all ages and appear at any time. Anyway, it is more common childhood epilepsy that appears in children under five, sometimes causing changes in behavior and learning, apart from the typical seizures of epileptic seizures. In addition, there are different types of epilepsy according to its severity and cause. Among the most curious is photosensitive epilepsy, caused by exposure to flashing lights and high intensity, such as computer screens and video games. ...
Drowsiness is a sleep disorder, an exaggerated attitude of this. You have a strong need for sleep or sleep for long periods (hypersomnia). The patient sleeps during the day. Dozes when standing still, in public events, etc. ...
Insomnia is the inability to fall asleep or stay asleep. It is one of the most common sleep disorders. Prevents the body recover overnight and as a result can cause daytime insomnolencia, poor concentration and inability to feel active during the day. Insomnia can occur at bedtime at night or in the morning before the hour despetándose. ...
Magnetoencephalography is a minimally invasive technique to record brain magnetic activity.
Memory loss is a common condition as we age, because it is common to go forgetting certain things over time. Nevertheless, considerable memory deficits may be due to other diseases such as Alzheimer's or senile dementia. Furthermore, it can also be a consequence of other disorders, such as depression or other mental illnesses that cause confusion. Although there is no treatment to recover the lost memory, the help of a speech therapist or speech therapist can be very helpful in providing daily exercises to train the memory. In addition, patients affected by this deficit need much support from their family environment to carry out their daily routines, especially if they take medication or follow a certain type of diet. ...
The narcoplepsia is a sleep disorder. It is characterized by excessive daytime sleepiness, disturbed nocturnal sleep and altered manifestations of REM sleep. It also produces hallucinations during the sleep-wake. ...
Parasomnia is an associated sleep disorder characterized by brief episodes or partial awakening, not a major sleep disruption or an altered level of daytime wakefulness occurs. paransomnias the most common are: sleepwalking, night terror or nightmares, sleep bruxism and nocturnal enuresis. ...
Pelvic pain features occur in the lower abdomen as both intermittent steadily. Pelvic pain in women can occur during menstruation or during intercourse. It may be a sign that there is a problem in the pelvic organs such as the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes or the vagina. To discover the cause of the pain suffered by the patient, several clinical tests must be performed, and the treatment of pelvic pain depends on the results. Women may also experience an infection of the lining of the uterus, fallopian tubes or ovaries called pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), which is caused by bacteria that cause chlamydia and gonorrhea. ...
Polysomnography is a noninvasive and painless test that allows the study of sleep stages (REM and non-REM) and its various modifications. It is indicated to diagnose possible disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea, narcolepsy, excessive sleepiness, restless legs syndrome or sleep terrors, among others. Overall, polysomnography is done at night, in specialized centers or at home, and while the patient sleeps, placing electrodes on your chin, scalp and the outer edge of the eyelids, other monitors in the chest. The system records different variables: the blood pressure, EEG activity, eye, muscle, heart and lung. It measures the time it takes the patient to fall asleep and duration of different sleep stages. A specialist observes from another room, the person being tested while sleeping and a polygraph records and stores the information of the different physiological signals, which will then be performed for diagnosis. The sleep period could also be recorded on video for later analysis. ...
Restless legs syndrome, known by its acronym SPI (or acronyms in English RLS) affects about four million people in Spain and characterized by strange and unpleasant sensations in the legs caused as a result of a neurological disorder, symptoms to increase their involvement in patients with stress. Anyone can suffer although RLS usually occurs more frequently in patients with diabetes, Parkinson's disease, kidney disease and iron deficiency. Furthermore, due to its symptoms, it causes akathisia, urgent need to have legs in constant motion, with inability to keep still. Although there is no cure for this disease, treatment is aimed at reducing stress in order to contribute to muscle relaxation. ...
Sleep disorders are a group of disorders that occur in preventing sleep stages enjoy a proper rest, continuous and restful. This type of disorder can have several causes, such as physical or psychological disease (hyperthyroidism, anxiety ...), and even cause other diseases or problems in daily life (fatigue, poor performance, daytime sleepiness ...). Therefore the medical diagnosis is necessary to determine their causes. Among the most common sleep disorders are distinguished: insomnia, which is the inability to fall or stay asleep properly according to the physical needs of each person; It is sleepwalking, which is a state in which the person stands up and acts in a semi-conscious during sleep, unaware of what you do not remember; night terrors, fear episodes of agitation that may be associated with sleepwalking; or nightmares, which are unpleasant and frightening dreams that cause a rude awakening in both children and adults. ...
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