He studied with Francesc Esquerdo i Ferrer i Soldevicens, and in 1927 he became Professor of pathology and clinical medicine at the faculty of medicine in Barcelona, where he was also a teacher. He attended several congresses and was the president of different institutions: the Instituto Médico-farmacéutico, the Academia de Ciencias Médicas (1939-58) and the Academia de Medicina de Barcelona (1957-71).
He founded and directed different journals as: Medicina Clínica and Revista Española de Reumatismo y Enfermedades osteorticulares. The most important of his works is the Tratado de Patología y Clínica Médicas that is written in six volumes with the collaboration of several Catalan pathology specialists.
- Patología y clínica médica (1951)