haematological love


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  • adj. Alternative spelling of hematological.

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  • adj. of or relating to or involved in hematology


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  • The tragedy of his particular case is that if he had had his sister's kidney, he would have been fine … lymphoma, or indeed any type of haematological cancer, is an absolute contra-indication for transplantation.

    Transplant patients given kidneys from donor with cancer

  • "We remain committed to the future discovery of oncology products," a spokesman for AstraZeneca said Monday, noting that AstraZeneca has five oncology products in phase II studies: Olaparib for ovarian and breast cancer, AZD1152 for haematological malignancies, as well as AZD8931, AZD6244, and AZD7762 which are being investigated for solid tumors.

    Astra's Prostate-Cancer Drug Fails Trial

  • Impact of antifungal prophylaxis on the gastrointestinal yeast colonisation in patients with haematological malignancies.

    Mark Hyman, MD: Is Hidden Fungus Making You Ill?

  • For patients in whom cisplatin cannot be used, carboplatin can be substituted but non-randomised data have shown lower response rates and high rates of haematological toxicity for carboplatin-based combinations, albeit with similar survival figures to patients receiving cisplatin.


  • However, among persons who are immunosuppressed (e.g. as a result of advanced HIV infections, immunosuppressive treatment for organ transplants, haematological malignancy, auto-immune diseases), cases quickly evolve to a full clinical presentation of severe leishmaniasis.

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  • - In spite of a rare severe haematological toxicity, the use of chloramphenicol is justified because of its effective treatment of the above mentioned severe infections.

    Chapter 4

  • - In spite of its severe but rare haematological toxicity, the use of chloramphenicol is justified because of its effectiveness on the serious infections mentioned above.

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  • In case of intolerance to thiacetazone: skin reactions, haematological disorders, signs of haemolysis, reduction of polynuclear cells or cerebral oedema, stop treatment and refer to a doctor, even if reaction is only moderate.

    Chapter 4

  • Because of its efficacy and low cost, it is still widely used, but because of the risks of haematological toxicity, its use should be strictly limited to specific indications: typhoid fever, meningitis and broncho-pneumonia.

    Chapter 5

  • - Perform a wide variety of clinical laboratory analysis including assays which define complicated disorders of the cardiovascular, endocrine, haematological, hemostatic, thrombolytic and renal systems.

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