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  • Installations GIBOR

    GIBOR (MRI, Operating Block and Rhythmology group) is a multidisciplinary intervention platform made up of an operating room and an electrophysiology room, coupled with an MRI room (magnetic resonance imaging). Its aim is to improve the precision of medical procedures and therefore patient safety.

  • Learning again through technology - Virtual tour at HUG

    The Bellerive Hospital has a bright and functional occupational therapy room offering technological equipments that meet the requirements of rehabilitation.

  • A laboratory with a lot of puff at HUG in Geneva

    Do you cough? Do you have shortness of breath? The Lung Function Laboratory at HUG has the necessary cutting-edge equipment for a complete exploration of ventilatory mechanics and gas exchanges. It is an essential step for
    diagnosing and monitoring respiratory diseases.

  • Virtual Visit of Bains de Cressy at HUG in Geneva

    Located in Confignon, the HUG Healthcare and Balneotherapy Center has baths heated to 34°C/93.2°F, a fitness center and a relaxation area. A wide range of massages and cosmetic treatments are also available, and also water aerobics and yoga classes.

  • Virtual visit - Ultrasound to treat prostate cancer at HUG in Geneva

    No incisions, no radiation, no hospitalization and less side effects: high-intensity ultrasound provides an improvement in the localized treatment of prostate cancer. The tumor is destroyed. The healthy part is preserved.

  • High-tech radiology at Trois-Chêne

    Maximum comfort and optimal safety for geriatric patients, thanks to a new radiation facility opened in October 2014 at the Trois-Chêne Hospital. This latest-generation facility also benefits outpatients at HUG,
    who live in nearby communes.

  • Learning how to walk again with a robot

    The Lokomat helps patients with neurological disorders to recover more quickly the use of their legs during the initial rehabilitation phase. With this robot from the Neuro-Rehabilitation Division, they can perform up to 100 times more steps than with conventional therapy.

  • Driving aptitude put to the test at the Driving Medicine and Psychology Unit at HUG in Geneva

    Traffic Medicine and Psychology Unit has a simulator to test the effects of alcohol, psychotropic drugs and even medication on driving. This field of research can extend to other areas, such as the repercussions of dialysis or a long workday.

  • Laparoscopy, safe and aesthetic

    Surgical removal of the bladder, inguinal hernia, colon, etc. Increasingly practiced, this surgical technique is performed with maximum safety and minimum recovery time. Small incisions (0.5 to 1 cm) reduce the risk of infection and give optimum aesthetic results.

  • Testing before epilepsy surgery

    HUG, the Swiss referral center for cases of difficult-to-treat epilepsy and preoperative assessment, has a new unit, made up of four rooms, where a battery of tests are performed before a potential surgical procedure.