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Bone Marrow Transplant

bone marrow Transplant
World-renowned bone marrow transplant specialists
Leaders in immunotherapy after organ transplantation
Pioneers in haploidentical transplant procedures, expanding donor options
Lifesaving stem cell transplant services for leukemia and lymphoma patients
Expertise in HLA-matching techniques, optimizing donor compatibility
Cutting-edge research in graft- versus-host disease prevention

The Bone Marrow Transplant Department at Medanta is your beacon of hope in the face of challenging hematological conditions. Our dedicated team of experts, armed with advanced technology and unwavering dedication, stands by your side in your journey to recovery.

Dr. Satya Prakash Yadav
Director

We understand the emotional and physical toll that bone marrow transplants can have on patients and their families. Our approach is compassionate and personalized, focusing not only on medical treatment but also on your emotional well-being. We are committed to pushing the boundaries of medical science to offer you the best chance at a renewed life.

Dr Nitin Sood
Dr Nitin Sood
Director
‘Bone Marrow Transplant Team’
Transforming the Future Through Marrow Transplants

The department is equipped with state-of-the-art transplant units and isolation rooms to ensure the highest level of infection control.

Bone Marrow Transplant Team

We have a multidisciplinary team of experts dedicated to providing personalized care for patients with haematologic disorders.

Bone Marrow Transplant Team

Our Bone Marrow Transplant Department specializes in life-saving stem cell and bone marrow transplantation procedures

Bone Marrow Transplant Team : Bone marrow transplant specialists and surgeons at your disposal
Our Treatments
Restoring hope, one marrow at a time
Leukemia
Leukemia

Rapid and uncontrollable production of abnormal white blood cells known as blasts causes leukaemia and can be either acute (growing quickly) or chronic (growing slowly). White blood cells, including lymphocytes and neutrophils, normally fight against infection. The vast number of abnormal white blood cells makes them unable to fight infection and also interferes with the proper production and functioning of the blood cells.

Thalassemia
Thalassemia

Thalassemia is an inherited blood disorder passed down through genes. It affects the body's ability to produce haemoglobin, a protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen throughout the body. There are two main types: alpha and beta-thalassemia. The severity of symptoms varies depending on the type and number of gene mutations inherited. Some people may experience mild or no symptoms, while others may have severe anaemia that leads to fatigue, weakness, and shortness of breath. Thalassemia can be managed with regular blood transfusions and chelation therapy to remove excess iron build-up from frequent transfusions.

Lymphomas
Lymphomas

A blood cancer that affects the lymphocytes or the lymphatic system of the body, including lymph nodes, is called lymphoma. Lymphocytes are white blood cells that fight infections in the body. These lymphoma cells then endanger the immune system. Lymphoma is the most common type of blood cancer in adults, and more than half the cases diagnosed are attributed to this type

Sickle Cell Anaemia
Multiple myeloma

Sickle cell anaemia is the most common form of sickle cell disease (SCD). It is a group of inherited blood disorders affecting red blood cells. Haemoglobin, the protein in red blood cells responsible for oxygen transport, is abnormal in SCD. This abnormality causes red blood cells to become sickle-shaped, stiff, and sticky. These sickle cells die prematurely, leading to a constant shortage of healthy red blood cells. Additionally, their shape can obstruct blood flow in small blood vessels, causing severe pain and complications like infections, acute chest syndrome, and stroke.

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