HEMATOLOGY / HEMAPHERESIS

HEMATOLOGY / HEMAPHERESIS

HEMATOLOGY / HEMAPHERESIS

The daily routine consists of diagnosis treatment and follow-up of all diseases of the blood and mainly malignancies (ex.: leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma e.t.c).
In cooperation with other hospital departments, (CT-scan, PET-CT,MRI, Scanning and laboratory) and with the marrow Transplantion Unit , the stem-cells cryopreservation and storage unit, the apheresis department at its disposal, the department can at any moment meet the needs of the patient and adopt any new therapeutical approach.
The collaboration with foreign hematological centres (Europe and USA), the participation in international protocols as well as in congresses contribute
determinatively to the achievement of the Hematology department goals
hemophilia,  a disease that prevents your blood from clotting sepsis,  an infection in the blood leukemia,  a cancer that affects blood cells lymphoma, a cancer that affects the lymph nodes and vessels sickle cell anemia,  a disease that prevents red blood cells from flowing freely through your circulatory system thalassemia,  a condition in which your body doesn’t make enough hemoglobin anemia,  a condition in which there aren’t enough red blood cells in your body deep vein thrombosis,  a condition in which blood clots form inside your veins
Hematologists are involved in many of the therapies, treatments, and procedures related to blood and bone marrow. Hematologists do:
ablation therapy (procedures in which abnormal tissue can be eliminated using heat, cold, lasers, or chemicals) blood  transfusions bone marrow  transplants  and stem cell donations cancer treatments, including chemotherapy and biological
therapies
growth factor treatments
immunotherapy
Because blood disorders can affect almost any area of the
body, hematologists usually collaborate with other medical
specialists, especially internists, pathologists, radiologists,
and oncologists.
Hematologists treat both adults and children. They may
work in hospitals, in clinics, or in laboratory settings.
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