First with new 3D technology
Karolinska University Hospital is the first in the world to use new, advanced three-dimensional navigation technology in spinal surgery. A team within neurosurgery, orthopaedics ...
Advances in PET technology
New PET camera technology enables previous changes in the brain to be recorded. The first symptoms of a patient with Alzheimer's can be detected as early as 20 years before the ...
For the best possible start
Parents are the most important people to a child. This is the premise on which Karolinska bases its family-centred neonatal care. "It's about involving parents in the care as early ...
We can prevent dementia
Miia Kivipelto's message is clear: There are ways of preventing Alzheimer's, there are medicines that can alleviate the symptoms and just around the corner there are drugs or maybe ...
Karolinska leading figure in EU-supported innovation projects
Two new innovation projects are challenging the market to find new solutions to healthcare problems. Karolinska is leading the hunt for digital tools to help reduce complications ...
Good for the brain
Can a change of lifestyle influence Alzheimer's disease? This is something researchers are aiming to discover in a study involving gym exercise, diet and memory training for people ...
MS researchers with major ambitions
"We have a major need for studies that are based on the interests of the patients and of society," says Fredrik Piehl. Now he and other researchers are carrying out a major ...
Film about Karolinska's New Operating Model
Karolinska University Hospital aims to increase value for our patients by introducing a new operating model for university hospital health care that will better integrate care, ...
Karolinska University Hospital has moved some of its units
The move to Karolinska University Hospital's new hospital building in Solna has begun. The construction work to finish the rest of the new hospital building is continuing and the ...
Pediatric emergency ward in the new hospital building
The pediatric emergency ward at the Astrid Lindgren Children’s Hospital, Karolinska University Hospital in Solna, has moved to Anna Steckséns gata 35.