Dr. Miguel Such

  • Doctor in Medicine.
  • Member of the Board of Directors of the Sociedad Española de Cirugía Cardiovascular.
  • Cardiovascular surgeon of the Heart Area, Xanit Internacional Hospital and Hospital Universitario Virgen de la Victoria.
  • Lecturer at the University of Malaga.


Doctor of Medicine and Surgery, University of Valencia, and Cardiovascular Surgeon. Member of the Board of Directors of the Sociedad Española de Cirugía Cardiovascular and lecturer at the University of Malaga.

Dr. Such has practiced in the hospitals of La Fe in Valencia and Carlos Haya in Malaga, and currently works in the Heart Areas of Xanit International Hospital and Virgen de la Victoria University Hospital where, since 1996, he has developed valve repair techniques and treatments for aortic aneurysms.

Since 1990, he has been a member of the research group on the bicuspid aortic valve and its relationship with aneurysmal dilation of the ascending aorta and aortic dissection, in collaboration with the the University of Malaga's Biology Faculty.

He has contributed to numerous scientific publications and has been awarded several research prizes.

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The Arrhythmias Unit of the Heart Area cares for patients with heart rhythm disorders. It is divided into two specific areas.

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Marfan Unit

ICTA has the first Marfan unit set up in the private health sector in Spain: we diagnose, follow-up and treat Marfan syndrome patients.

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Cardiac Surgery

Modern Cardiac Surgery: coronary surgery with and without extracorporeal circulation, conventional valve surgery, etc.

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Aortic Valve Unit

Our group has pioneered aortic valve replacement techniques. Our operating theatre is fully equipped for aortic root surgeries.

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Clinical Cardiology

Electrocardiograms, stress tests & echocardiograms: consultations at Hospital Xanit (Benalmádena) or Fuengirola .

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Sudden Death Unit

Early diagnosis, follow-up and treatment of potentially lethal cardiovascular diseases that may result in sudden death in athletes.

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Coronarography, studies of patients with valvulopathies: congenital heart disease in adults, transseptal catheterisation, etc.

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Cardiac Rehabilitation

Service specialised in full rehabilitation of patients after angina, heart attack, operations, etc.

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