Since our beginning, more than 75 years ago, we have been pioneers in Spain by introducing most of the progresses that are nowadays driving scientific research, diagnosis and reproduction medicine treatments.
Our excellent success rates support our leadership in reproduction medicine’s field. Moreover these results are recognised by the prestigious records of the Generalitat (Catalan Government) and the Spanish Fertility Society (Sociedad Española de Fertilidad).
In order to make it easier to our international patients to accede our treatments, our International Department offers a full and customized patient care in their language.
Women’s Health Dexeus will be at the 17th World Congress Gynecological Endocrinology that will be held in Florence from March 2-5, 2016 in Palazzo dei Congressi di Firenze.
Dr. Gomez, embryologist of our In-Vitro-Fertilization laboratory, will be available on the stand n.19 for any information you may need.
The affected woman is between thirteen and fourteen weeks pregnant and recently travelled to Colombia.
She remains at home with the usual treatment prescribed by her gynaecologist.
The Secretary of Public Health of the Generalitat de Catalunya has stressed that it is unlikely that she or her child will suffer any problems. The Department of Health has reiterated that this infection poses no risk to public health, as there is currently "no transmission of the virus".
Human embryo research has also been permitted in Spain since 2003, although it requires a project approved by the National Commission on Assisted Human Reproduction, must be conducted by a qualified team and under supervision, and requires the consent of the parents.