Pedro Cavadas already has the honor of being one of the best doctors in Spain according to the prestigious magazine Forbes , which brings together in a list the best doctors , doctors and surgeons at the national level.
For the fifth consecutive year, Forbes has published this list of one hundred Spanish doctors , including Pedro Cavadas due to his essential work for years and years as a plastic surgeon.
Specifically, they recognize the work of the Valencian doctor for his work within the plastic , aesthetic and restorative surgery that he performs at the Hospital Nisa 9 de Octubre de Valencia.
A work that he has been developing for years and that has now earned him the recognition of being one of the best health professionals in the entire country in a 2021 difficult due to the pandemic.
Microsurgery and reconstructive surgery
Forbes pays special attention to the professionalism of Cavadas to highlight his work in the Microsurgery and Reconstructive Surgery Unit that since 2019 has been leading the Valencian.
- Pedro Cavadas carries out some 1. 800 surgeries throughout the year. In this way, it gives real solutions to people considered inoperable, or who were seriously physically damaged.
- The doctor has a long history of interventions carried out throughout his career. It goes out to almost five interventions a day according to the data described above.
- It is especially remembered from Forbes that in which in a pioneering way , he kept an amputated arm alive by connecting it with the veins and arteries of the body for nine days and then repositioning it.
Pedro Cavadas also counts on his list of successful operations with the one in which he made the first transplant for a person with 43 years, including tongue and jaw.
In addition to his intense workday, Cavadas runs the Pedro Cavadas Foundation , which he created in 2003 with the aim of providing modern reconstructive surgery to patients from African countries.
The media have followed each step of Cavadas with special attention due to his disinterested example not only towards science, but also towards the human being who cannot afford his operations .