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Clinical Hematology

Clinical Hematology Department looks after people with problems in their blood. This includes leukemia, some forms of anemia (like Sickle Cell) and congenital (from birth) diseases like thalassaemia and hemophilia. Problems seen in Clinical Hematology include

  • Thalassaemia - a genetic problem with the blood
  • Bone marrow failure syndromes such as aplastic anemia
  • Blood cancers such as leukemias, lymphomas (cancer affecting lymph nodes) and multiple myeloma
  • Bleeding disorders like hemophilia and platelet related disorders


Management of disorders of the blood and bone marrow

  • Anemia and other red blood cell disorders e.g. iron deficiency anemia, sickle cell anemia and thalassemia
  • Conditions in which the blood fails to clot properly or where patients have an increased tendency to form clots e.g. hemophilia
  • White blood cell disorders including neutropenia and leukocytosis
  • Platelet disorders e.g. thrombocytopenia (ITP and TTP) and thrombocytosis
  • Bone marrow disorders in which too many blood cells are produced e.g. polycythemia vera, thrombocythemia, chronic myelogenous leukemia
  • Bone marrow failure disorders e.g. aplastic anemia and myelodysplasia
  • Iron metabolism disorders e.g. hemochromatosis and porphyria.
  • Management of taking anticoagulant medications such as warfarin, low molecular weight heparin and anti-platelet agents


  • Expert supervision of Consultant Clinical Hematology
  • Provision of Bone Marrow Aspiration Study
  • Facility for Plasma Aphaeresis
  • 24/7 Blood Bank Support


Hemophilia is a genetic disease mainly in boys. There is a gene that does not make the clotting factor properly. So, the boys bleed very easily from very small accidents. They also bleed into muscles and joints eg knees and elbows. Treatment: The clotting factors can be injected into patients to stop the problem. Care is given for all these problems for patients with hemophilia. The hematologists look after the blood problem. They also work with the Orthopedic surgeons and physical medicine and rehabilitation doctors for the muscle and joint problems. The muscle and joint bleeds cause pain and stop people using their arms and legs properly.


Thalassemia is a genetic disease. The child is born with a gene that makes bad hemoglobin. Patients start getting problems as a child.