Treatment of blood and bone marrow cancers which include,
Lymphoma (high and low grade)
Leukaemia (acute leukemias and chronic myeloid leukemias)
Paroxysmal Nocturnal Haemoglobinuria
Anemia (Iron/B12/Folate deficiencies, anemia of chronic disease, autoimmune hemolytic anemia, anemia of pregnancy)
Haemoglobinopathies (Thalasemia, sickle cell)
Disorders of Iron metabolism (Haemochromatosis)
Therapeutic plasma or red cell exchange
Patients with problems related to blood transfusion.
Preparation of surgery/delivery in patients with red cell antibodies and those not willing to have blood transfusion.
Haemostasis and thrombosis: disorders of the blood clotting system, thrombophilia and bleeding disorders (Hemophilia, platelet defects)
Anticoagulation: management of patients requiring thinning of their blood and use of novel agents and patient education programmes in self management.
The treatments used at our centre are at the forefront of modern healthcare. As with all of our services, treatments depend on individual patient needs and the stage of cancer and patients wishes. This will be discussed in great detail with every patient once a diagnosis has been made and all treatments will be overseen by the multidisciplinary team and will be in accordance with the International Guidelines and protocols. Each patient will be treated with individual tailored treatment protocol. Patient and family will be fully involved in the treatment decisions
Administration of chemotherapy
Bone marrow aspiration and biopsy
Stem cell transplantation (Autologous stem cell transplant /Allogenic stem cell transplant)
All these services are delivered through a range of facilities which include outpatient clinics, dedicated day care unit for chemotherapy, inpatient care with dedicated HEPA –filtered, pressure controlled infection free dedicated en suite rooms, multidisciplinary team meetings and tumour board meetings.