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Department of Haematology

Welcome to the Department of Haematology at Kothari Medical Centre. The department focuses on the diagnosis, therapy, and management of conditions affecting the blood and tissues that create blood, is an essential section of the facility. It includes a knowledgeable group of nurses, laboratory technologists, and haematologists that work together to provide complete services. To find diseases like anemia, leukemia, coagulation issues, and immune system inadequacies, these include blood tests, bone marrow analyses, and cutting-edge diagnostic techniques.
The department is crucial in working with other medical departments to give patients with haematological diseases with the best possible care, individualized treatment programmers, and continuing monitoring.


Low Platelet Count & Bone Marrow Treatment

Blood Tests and Diagnostics

The department performs various blood tests to assess the composition and functionality of blood cells. These tests can help diagnose conditions like anemia, leukemia, lymphoma, clotting disorders, and more.

Complete Blood Count (CBC)

A common blood test that provides information about the number of different types of blood cells, including red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.

Coagulation Studies

These tests assess the blood's ability to clot properly. They help diagnose disorders like hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, and other clotting disorders.

Bone Marrow Aspiration and Biopsy

These procedures involve extracting a small sample of bone marrow to examine its composition and functionality. They are essential for diagnosing and staging blood disorders, including leukemia, lymphoma, and certain anemias.

Blood Transfusions

Haematology departments oversee blood transfusions for patients who require additional blood components, such as red blood cells, platelets, or plasma.

Hematologic Malignancy Management

Haematologists diagnose and treat various types of blood cancers, including leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma. This may involve chemotherapy, targeted therapies, stem cell transplantation, and other specialized treatments.

Hemoglobinopathy Management

Hemoglobinopathies are genetic disorders affecting hemoglobin, the molecule responsible for oxygen transport in the blood. Conditions like sickle cell disease and thalassemia fall under this category.

Thrombosis and Hemostasis Management

Haematologists diagnose and treat disorders related to blood clotting, such as deep vein thrombosis (DVT), pulmonary embolism, and clotting disorders like thrombophilia..

Haematologic Consultations

Haematology departments provide expert consultations to other medical specialties when blood-related issues are involved, such as surgery, oncology, and internal medicine.

Patient Education and Support

Haematology departments often offer educational resources and support to patients with blood disorders, helping them understand their conditions, treatments, and lifestyle adjustments.

Clinical Trials and Research

Many haematology departments are involved in research and clinical trials aimed at advancing the understanding and treatment of various blood disorders.

Preventive Care and Screening

Haematology departments may offer screening tests to identify individuals at risk for certain blood disorders, such as hemochromatosis or thrombophilia.

Pediatric Haematology

Some hospitals have specialized pediatric haematology departments that focus on diagnosing and treating blood disorders in children.

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Why Choose Us

Why choose us?

  • Super specialized treatment facilities are available in the fields of Hematology and Haemato Oncology. Diagnostic and treatment facilities are available in these two fields
  • We have Day Care facility for Chemotherapy and Blood Transfusion facility
  • Special facilities are available for treatment of Leukemia and Pediatric Oncology also
  • With greater focus on the individual to be treated both as a patient and a person, full spectrum and evidence-based oncology therapeutics is the focus of clinical practice; new therapies such as immunotherapy, anti-angiogenesis and targeted therapies shall be incorporated into treatment algorithms as required.
  • Haematology Department is one of the distinguished referral hospitals in the city with complete haematological services – outpatient clinic, inpatient, laboratory, blood bank etc. under one roof.
  • Additionally, the hospital has 24-hour emergency services through which any haematological patient can be evaluated and treated round the clock
  • The department has dedicated oncology nurses who are trained to handle chemotherapy drugs to avoid any errors.
  • There are facilities for chemotherapy Day Care too, which allows the hospital to administer chemotherapy on outpatient basis where patient comes in morning and can go back home same day.


The study, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases affecting the blood and tissues that create blood are the main objectives of the Haematology department, a specialized area of medicine. Anemia, clotting issues, leukemia, lymphoma, and other illnesses are all treated in this section.

Anemia, thrombocytopenia (low platelet count), bleeding and clotting problems, hemophilia, leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, and other forms of blood cancer are common illnesses that the hematology department treats.

Numerous techniques, such as blood tests, bone marrow biopsies, and genetic testing, are used to diagnose blood diseases. Blood tests can help detect abnormalities by measuring the levels of various blood components. A small sample of bone marrow is removed during a bone marrow biopsy and examined under a microscope to determine its cellular makeup.

During a bone marrow biopsy, a small sample of bone tissue and bone marrow is taken for analysis. Typically, it is used to identify blood abnormalities, assess blood cell production, and find cancers like leukemia or myeloma.

Good blood health can be improved by leading a healthy lifestyle that includes a balanced diet, regular exercise, and no smoking. It’s best to speak with a healthcare expert if you have questions regarding your blood-related symptoms so they can properly assess the situation and offer advice.

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