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Synonyms for haematology

the branch of medicine that deals with diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs

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Blood donation culture paving way for round the clock availability of varied blood components could help us avoid time loss that incur in process to examine the "one time moved" donor and also to screen blood donated by him or her, said the haematologist.
A haematologist is a physician who specialises in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of blood diseases.
EHA is the representative of haematology and haematologists in Europe (members: 3,000+; annual congress attendance: +/-9,000 haematologists; Haematologica/The Haematology Journal: the primary general haematology journal in Europe).
In my opinion, however, clinical haematologists must be trained in both laboratory and clinical medicine, which equips clinical haematologists trained in South Africa to be the best professionals to manage haematological conditions.
Dr Don Milligan, consultant clinical haematologist, said: "Usually a tissue match is found from a family member or through the international registry for a transplant.
Aleena would visit Lahore in February to provide training to blood inspectors, haematologists nominated by PBTA and focal persons appointed at district level who would provide training to master trainers.
Haematologists told on Wednesday that despite 90% survival rate among the bone marrow recipients in the country many of the lives could not be protected due to absence of donors.