Primus Super speciality Hospital is one of the very few hospitals in the country to have a department of Clinical Haematology.
Patients are frequently referred from various primary , secondary and tertiary care centers in Uttaranchal, Haryana, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.
What does a Clinical Haematologist treat ?
A Clinical Haematologist manages adult patients with any (benign or malignant) haematological disorder
Clinical Haematology is a super speciality dedicated to the management of blood disorders. The patients routinely managed by clinical haematologists include those with benign disorders such as aplastic anaemia, acute and chronic immune thrombocytopenic purpuras and haemophilias; and those with haematological malignancies both acute and chronic. An attempt is made to deliver cost-effective and quality care while maintaining low mortality and morbidity.
The list of disorders managed here is nonexhaustive. It includes the following (anything and everything to do with blood):
The inpatients comprise ,mostly patients with AML, ALL, Lymphomas, Myelomas, thrombocytopenias, PUOs requiring haematological evaluation; whereas the outpatients comprise of CML,CLL, myelofibrosis, iron deficiency and megaloblastic anaemia. The day unit admissions are usually for either bone marrow examinations or short day chemotherapy administration. Haematological emergencies such as neutropenic sepsis and tumour lysis syndrome are managed on a 24 hour basis.
Procedures routinely performed include: