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To request Emibet’s services as an individual, all you have to do is call us (+34 633390243 or +34 609684816), explain your needs and tell us what day and time would be best for our team of professionals to visit you at home.

Emibet offers the following services to individuals:
• Injections (subcutaneous and intramuscular)
• Administration of medicines (inhaled, topical, eye, ear)
• Oxygen therapy
• Urinary catheter (insertion, maintenance and removal)
• Control of vital signs (temperature, heart rate, respiration rate, blood pressure and oxygen saturation)
• Urine test
• Capillary blood glucose test (diabetes)
• Application of bandages
• Surgical wound treatment
• Pressure ulcer treatment
• Removal of stitches / clips

You can pay for the service in cash on the day of the visit.

A clinical study is the process through which new drugs and medical techniques are studied to develop and/or improve the treatment of diseases. They are carefully monitored and documented and are overseen by an independent ethics committee.
Clinical trials are conducted in phases. Each phase describes the information that is collected: safety, efficacy, dose, etc.
Phase 0: preclinical phase, research is conducted in a laboratory.
Phase I: used to demonstrate that a new treatment is safe for a group of people (healthy volunteers) and establish the best dose and administration method for future investigation of the drug.
Phase II: phase II clinical studies provide more information on the dose of the new treatment and the safety variables. They are conducted with volunteers who suffer from the disease.
Phase III: used to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the new treatment in a large group of people. If the results are positive, the administrative process for authorisation of the drug can begin.
Clinical trials are also conducted to discover more about a new indication or aspect of a marketed drug (Phase IV).

Participation in a clinical study is always completely voluntary. If, during follow-up of the study, a patient decides that they do not want to continue, they can stop at any time without having to give an explanation and without this decision affecting the quality of health care they receive. The doctor may also decide to suspend a patient’s participation in a clinical trial if they consider that another treatment would be better.

Volunteers who participate in clinical studies play a fundamental role in the production of safer and more effective medicines and treatments. Without volunteers, pharmaceutical laboratories and research centres would need much more time to complete the development and approval stages for new treatments that may be vital for many people.

-Easier to participate in a clinical trial
-Increase in voluntary patient participation
-Better care for participants
-No need to travel
-Less burden on the family
-Fewer dropouts from the trials
-Faster data collection

All the professionals at Emibet are registered nurses with broad experience in the health sector. In all the services provided, to companies as well as to individuals, Emibet complies with the strictest standards of Good Clinical Practice.
The directors and founders of Emibet are two nursing professionals specialised in clinical research at the Clinical Hospital of Barcelona, a leading international institution.

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