The blood travels through a network of arteries, veins, and capillaries and carries oxygen, nutrients, antibodies, and vitamins to the tissues in the body. At the same time, it is a biological fluid that circulates inside the vascular networks, ensuring the removal of the resulting carbon dioxide and waste materials from the body.

Hematology is a branch of science that studies blood and blood diseases. Many blood diseases with inherited transmission, such as bleeding disorders, leukemia, bone marrow deficiencies, and lymph cancer, are included in the specialty of hematology. Diagnosis and treatment of hematological diseases are carried out in our hospital with an experienced team of physicians.


Diseases of interest to hematology:

•          Bone Marrow Transplantation

•          Stem cell transplantation

•          Malignant lymphomas

•          Excessive production of red blood cells

•          Anemias

•          Leukemia

•          Transfusion