Providing comprehensive
healthcare facilities

  
Centres of Excellence
Institute of

Haemato Oncology & bone Marrow transplant

AMRI Hospitals provide the best international standard holistic care for all haematological disorders and provide tertiary care to patients with complex needs including high risk bone marrow transplant, like haploidentical, cord transplants, etc. It is capable of treating all complex haematological conditions including blood cancers like Lymphoma, Myeloma, Leukaemia etc.

This department also helps the Neurologists in plasma exchanging many of their complex cases of Gillian-Barre syndromes and transverse myelitis. We can also help many patients with sickle cell disease by doing an automated red cell exchange before surgery or at other times.

We also are in the process of setting up a state of art Haemato-pathology service which can cater to the needs of the outside world.

We also provide our expertise and support to the blood transfusion services and are in the process of setting up a state of art transfusion lab at Mukundapur  which will cater to the growing need of the institution.

Treatments  Offered  Include

  • Blood Cancers
  • Thalassemia
  • Anaemia including  complex  causes of aplastic anaemia & thalasemia
  • Bleeding and clotting disorders
  • Auto-immune disorders
  • Inherited disorders

BMT is usually performed by two procedures :

  • Autologous Bone Marrow Transplant
    No donor is required for this transplant process, instead stem cell is collected from the patient. When a cancer patient's condition is not improved after application of normal chemotherapy doses, then higher dose of chemotherapy becomes obvious, which may harm the patient's bone marrow. In such cases stem cell derived from the patient's body is kept by cryo preservation process. After a session of chemotherapy this preserved stem cell is inserted into the patient's body which starts its work in 10-20 days.

  • Allogenic Bone Marrow Transplant
    In this process of bone marrow transplant, a donor is required. The donor has to undergo routine check ups along with a special blood test (HLA Test). This test detects whether the person is the right donor. After that stem cell is collected from his body and transplanted on the patient's body. This process has been applied to over 10 lac patients, where no adverse side effect has been found. But recently a highly advanced process is being applied, called Haplo Identical Transplant. In this process if half of the stem cell match between parent and child's stem cell, then the transplant can be done under observation of the experienced specialists. The success rate of this process is enviable. The disease type and patient's type may vary but it is a life saving procedure for many cancer sufferers.

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