Manipal Hospitals Department of Hematology is professionally equipped to treat blood disorders of all types, with a wide range of services that range from inpatient day care facilities, a blood bank and laboratory to an outpatient clinic. Manipal Hospitals provide advanced blood banking services with irradiation facilities, platelet aphaeresis, leukodepletion and many other essential services to provide comprehensive care.
Manipal Hospital’s Hematology department, along with its research centre provides the best possible care for patients suffering from chronic or acute blood disorders. The department has experience treating both adult and paediatric cases. Our specialized hemato-oncologists are well experienced in stem cell transplantation. Nurses and ancillary staff at Manipal Hospital are trained to handle patients of all age groups who are suffering from blood disorders. We follow stringent protocols while handling central venous access devices. Our team of multidisciplinary hemato-oncologists, infectious disease specialists, lab hemato-pathologists, lab technicians and excellent surgeons ensure utmost overall care if provided to patients. We handle emergency cases and are available 24/7.
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Manipal hospital has set in place dedicated daily General Medicine OPD for a range of medical conditions. Our day care center and casualty section is properly equipped to manage and monitor
patients with utmost care. Here are some of the main procedures carried out and services provided on a regular basis.
To support our primary care services, many subspecialities are set in place for seamless integration and improved treatment like a High-Complexity Lab. To provide increased convenience to patients, we maintain a clinical laboratory that can perform over 90 percent of lab tests required in multi-speciality medical practice. Our laboratory tests have strict quality control measures with trained and experienced staff with specialized
A successful treatment plan requires the development of accurate diagnosis. Our hematopathologists at Manipal Hospitals center for Hemato-oncology are renowned for their expertise in blood disease diagnosis. Even the most rare disorders have been dealt with by experts with utmost precision.
All our treatment programs evaluate and manage each patient’s care through the direction of a single hematologist who is supported by a comprehensive team of physicians and nursing staff as well as a range of support services. This includes psychiatrists, social workers and nutritionists. The facilities and infrastructure at Manipal Hospitals are specially designed to care for immuno-compromised patients. HEPA filtered rooms ensure a safe environment for all transplant patients. We ensure all floors have positive and negative pressure rooms. Our cutting edge lab facilities include molecular, genetic mutation analysis, flow cytometry and coagulation testing. Manipal Hospitals hosts one of the most trusted blood bank facilities in the country. We ensure that blood leukocyte is reduced at the collection source and that it undergoes nucleic acid test in order to decrease chances of infections caused by blood transfusions. A plasmapheresis unit is available for the treatment of hematological emergencies and the performance of peripheral blood stem cell collection. A daycare facility with well-trained hemato-oncology nurses who are well experienced with handling blood products and chemotherapy are always at hand.
Our facilities include
- Bone marrow tests
- Coagulation screening
- System analyser (detailed Haemogram with red and white blood cell platelet indices & ESR reticulocyte count, and so on)
- Haemoglobinopathy screening
- Automated coagulation marking positive coagulation tests with stringent quality control
- 24 hours blood transfusion services
- Bone marrow transplant unit (HEPA filtered)
Hematology services at Manipal Hospital are available for inpatients as well as outpatients. All of our patients are treated with advanced management plans that follow up-to-date protocol, after thorough investigations. State-of-the-art laboratories enure extensive investigations for lymphoma, myeloma, leukemias, coagulation and bleeding disorders.The department’s four integrated divisions are as follows
- Diagnostic haematology
- Clinical hematology
- Clinical & Research programs
- Teaching & Education
An assigned specialist gathers general information about the patient’s health, medical history, and various physical examinations are conducted. Based on the doctor’s findings, further diagnostic procedures or treatment will be recommended.
After diagnosis, protocols for management are set in place. A dedicated inpatient ward is assigned with state-of-the-art treatment facilities designed for patients with hematological problems or immunocompromised patients. Counseling services are provided to both patient and family.
The most common conditions of shortness of breath, fatigue, trouble with concentration due to lack of oxygenated blood within the brain, fast heartbeat or muscle weakness.
Not all blood diseases are malignant (cancerous) and they can be resolved completely. However, some benign blood disorders may occur as a result of cancer treatment
You should definitely visit a doctor at least once a year even if you think you are healthy. This will help you steer clear of certain risk factors and heightened complications in the future.
The conditions treated by hematologist include
Anemia or polycythemia vera
Blood cancers like leukemia, lymphoma, etc
Deep vein thrombosis
Sickle cell disease
Leukemia is a blood cancer caused due to the rise in the number of white blood cells in the body.
The exact cause of leukemia is not known but they are certain factors that trigger it such as:
Exposure to radiation
Family history of leukemia blood-relatedn therapy to treat cancer
Have Condition like down syndrome
The symptoms of leukemia include weakness, fever, colds, headaches, vomiting, seizures, weight loss, night sweats, shortness of breath, swollen lymph nodes, pain in joints, etc.
Following are the most common causes of iron deficiency anemia:
A lack of iron in the diet
Celiac disease (inability to absorb nutrients from digested food)
The symptoms of iron deficiency include fatigue, weakness, pale skin, shortness of breath, dizziness, sore tongue, craving for dirt, ice or clay, headaches, brittle nails, etc.
Sickle cell anemia is caused by a mutated gene that tells your body to make the iron-rich compound that makes blood red and enables red blood cells to carry oxygen from the lungs throughout your body.
Sickle cell anemia is managed by relieving symptoms and preventing complications. In children and teenagers, a stem cell transplant might cure the disease. In adults treatment include medications and blood transfusions.
Thalassemia is caused due to the changes in the DNA of cells that make hemoglobin. Usually, it is hereditary in nature. There are two types of thalassemia:
Alpha thalassemia: The severity of the condition depends on the number of gene mutations a person inherits from their parents.
Beta-thalassemia: The severity of the condition depends on which part of the haemoglobin is affected.
Manipal Hospitals is the best hospital for blood-related treatment specializes in the treatment and management of blood cancers and other types of blood disorders. Our multidisciplinary haematologist and oncologists are experienced in diagnosing and treating all blood-related disorders.
Manipal Hospitals is dedicated to providing high-quality, personalised care and building long-term partnerships with its patients. Our Hemato department and its patients are a testament to this. Contact us to know more about hemato problems and book an appointment with one of our hematologists today