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Innovation projects

We transform excellence in research and clinical care into new products, services and processes.

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3D printing and planning to improve safety and efficiency in pediatric surgeries.

The 5-minute programme is a dynamic, interactive, brief (5 minutes) weekly virtual training service that supplements traditional continuing education.

The digital system to ensure home care continuity.

SJD Barcelona children's Hospital leads the project FUSE3D - Technologies for material deposition.

The purpose of local drug delivery is to achieve high concentrations of active ingredients in the area where the delivery device is placed. This prevents systemic toxicity and increases the efficacy of the drug against potential residual tumour.

An ergonomic backpack designed to conform to the anatomy of a child and reduce the impact of the weight loaded.

Funny Friends is an interactive game aimed at children who suffer from a respiratory disease such as cystic fibrosis that requires respiratory physiotherapy.

Diagnostic system for the correction of strabismus that improves the diagnosis and treatment of patients.

Dropper sticks designed to move around the hospital safely like a scooter.

Project for the provision of pediatric care in geographically isolated areas or with few specialists.

The Paediatric Computational Image Node operation is part of the project called 4locaLHealth Territorial Specialization and Competitiveness, Research, Innovation and Health in the territory through personalized medicine.

Program to treat childhood obesity  and to increase children's adherence to treatment (diet and exercise).

The QuirofAM project focuses on research in am/i3D in the health industry to improve surgical practice.

The digital research project focused on the biomedical study of rare diseases that affect children.

The device performs multiple analyses with minimal operator intervention, which provides accurate results in under one hour.

The first mobile app in the world that allows karyotypes to be made using human chromosomes.  

A medical device capable of being fitted to a surgical aspirator and collecting all the tumour material aspirated during surgical interventions, separating it from other aspirated fluids.