The Hematology Unit of IOB attends to patients over 16 years old diagnosed with blood diseases.
Hematology is the branch of medicine that deals with the study of blood and the hematopoietic organs involved in producing blood, as well as disorders and alterations in them that can lead to illness.
Our specialization includes several types of diseases, including different types of cancer, such as lymphoma, acute and chronic leukemia, multiple myeloma and myelodysplastic syndromes.
As it is a hematology unit of IOB, the hematology service of Quirón Hospital, it also handles blood disorders that are not oncological, among which are: disorders of red blood cells (anemia and polycythemia), of white blood cells (neutropenia, lymphopenia), and platelets (thrombocytopenia, thrombocytosis, acquired or inherited bleeding disorders and inherited clotting factor deficiencies) and thrombosis and thrombophilia, including cases related to problems with pregnancy and repeated miscarriages.
Patients treated in the Hematology Unit are attended to by a multidisciplinary team made up of hematologists, specialized nurses and auxiliary staff specialized in cancer.
The unit also relies on the collaboration of an excellent team of radiotherapists, internal medicine specialists, anatomical pathologists, surgeons, specialists in radiology and nuclear medicine, pharmaceuticals and infectious diseases, all of whom assist in the correct diagnosis and therapeutic approach.
The Hematology Unit also offers a second opinion service to patients who are treated by hematologists from other centers.
This entire multidisciplinary team makes it easier for patients to be able to undergo all the tests and receive all the treatments that they need in a coordinated manner in the same location and in the shortest amount of time, without the need to travel to different centers and separately manage visits to different specialists.
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