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Synonyms for hematology

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

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The team of medical experts will meet with consultants, specialist physicians, nurses and technicians in the Blood Disorders Centre (BDC) slated to be inaugurated next week.
AMTF pharmacy comprises professionals taking care of all patients suffering with blood disorders, he added.
Age is also a constraint in stem cell transplant for blood disorders.
A database of all patients suffering from blood disorders will be set up to save time in treating them, said officials.
"The main objective behind this marathon was to raise awareness about childhood cancer and blood disorders. We also want to collect money for the research in this field, as to know what is the percentage of the disease in India, how many patients are suffering from this disease and their line of treatment," said Dr.
The screening process involves couples providing blood samples before they marry to learn whether they are carriers of hereditary genes that cause blood disorders, such as sickle cell anaemia and thalassemia.
Pioneering stem cell technology has saved the life of a seven-year-old Emirati boy and given hope to thousands of others like him in the UAE.Aa After being diagnosed with the rare blood disorder thalassaemia, Ahmed Mohammed Ahmed was attached to machines for 12 hours a day, forced to undergo regular life-saving blood transfusions and therapy to remove excessive iron from his body.
Now when people are diagnosed with a blood disorder at the Stockton hospital, Rachel is called in to listen to their concerns.
The majority of the 300 patients treated by the Haemoglobinopathy Service have sickle cell disease or thalassaemia, the most serious of all blood disorders.
He is active with the Institute for Children With Cancer and Blood Disorders, and has also worked with the Cystic-Fibrosis-New Jersey Chapter, the Wayne Police Athletic League and the Financial Executives Association.
The CDC recommends that patients with blood disorders be regularly tested to ensure the continued safety of blood and blood products.
For people with blood disorders such as thalassemia or sickle-cell anemia, repeated blood transfusions become a part of life.
The vehicle will be used as part of the association's awareness programme whereby representatives will travel across the country to provide awareness to local communities on minimising the chances of inheriting blood hereditary disorders, planning healthier marriages, pre-marital tests, as well as managing hereditary blood disorders.
M2 PHARMA-December 13, 2017-Studies Presented at ASH Annual Meeting Reflect Advances in Toools, Treatments for Various Blood Disorders
blood disorders across the country, saying that it is highly unfortunate that thalassemia is the most prevalent genetically-transmitted