Our Haematology Clinic is manned by specialists who specialized in the diagnosis, treatment and overall management of people with blood disorders ranging from anemia to cancer.
The Haematology department at ABSUTH specialized in treatment of wide range of malignant (cancerous) and non-malignant haematological conditions.
We have a standard Haematology Department using the latest techniques to analyse blood and diagnose a wide range of conditions.
The service is a Consultant led service with a small team of nurses meaning that the patients get to know all of the team involved in their care. Most care takes place on the haematology day unit.
At our Clinic, we carry out the following test:
- Counting the number of red cells, white cells and platelets in the blood
- Examination of cells under the microscope
- Examination of how fast the patient’s plasma forms a clot Carrying out blood grouping
- Blood selection for transfusion
The Consultants investigate and treat patients for chronic leukaemias, lymphomas, myeloproliferative disorders and myeloma. Non-malignant conditions treated include thrombosis, bleeding disorders and anaemias. There are specialist clinics for with Obstetrics and Respiratory for pulmonary emboli. We also run an Anticoagulation Clinic for patients on anticoagulant (blood clot preventing) treatment and those with blood clotting disorders and conditions with potential to cause clotting.
Tests we carry out include :