Located in the University Hospital Reina Sofia, the areas dedicated to clinical studies cover approximately 2.000 square meters and are distributed in two fully adapted and renovated areas:
- IMIBIC Clinical Research Building
- Provincial Hospital, first floor left wing
Each of them has all the necessary infrastructure for conducting clinical studies:
- 9 Examination rooms, equipped for the monitoring and exploration of patients
- 2 Day Hospitals for adults, with 14 articulated armchairs and 3 beds, equipped with nursing control, instrumental monitoring equipment, advanced resuscitation systems, support medication, and audiovisual systems
- Reception and waiting room for participants and relatives
- Living room for patients
- Laboratories for processing of biological samples, equipped with centrifuges with temperature control
- Refrigerators, freezers and ultra freezers with monitored alarm system and centralized temperature controll
- Warehouses for material and consumables
- Document archive with fire protection means
- Data management and monitoring premises equipped with computers, fax and telephones
- Basic equipment such as electrocardiographs, blood pressure monitors, scales with stadiometer, and pulse oximeters
The Unit is equipped with a Logiq E9 ultrasound system that combines real-time ultrasound with ultrasound images or other modalities, such as tomography or resonance.
The multipurpose room is a large and versatile space with capacity for giving presentations, investigator meetings, group activities, etc. One part of the room can be used as a gym, with the necessary equipment to collect physical activity parameters.
The area dedicated to Paediatric clinical research is located on the ground floor of the IMIBIC Clinical Research Building. It has independent access and reception desk, toilets, a medical examination room and a fully equipped Day Hospital adapted to this population.
Researchers interested in using these resources should follow the corresponding procedures and provide the necessary documentation described in the "Documento sobre uso del Área asistencial y el Formulario de Solicitud de Servicios", only available in Spanish.