haematologist


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he·ma·tol·o·gist

(hē'mă-tol'ŏ-jist)
A physician trained and experienced in hematology, i.e., skilled in the diagnosis of diseases of the blood and bone marrow, or in treatment of such diseases, or both.
Synonym(s): haematologist.

haematologist

A specialist in disorders of the blood.
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A multidisciplinary team which comprises of a surgeon, anaesthetist, an experienced haematologist and a well-furnished blood bank is recommended for perioperative management of these patients.
In my opinion, however, clinical haematologists must be trained in both laboratory and clinical medicine, which equips clinical haematologists trained in South Africa to be the best professionals to manage haematological conditions.
Consultant haematologist Dr Raymond Dang said just 5% of the population donate blood.
Aleena would visit Lahore in February to provide training to blood inspectors, haematologists nominated by PBTA and focal persons appointed at district level who would provide training to master trainers.
Sarah Lawson, Birmingham Children's Hospital Consultant Paediatric Haematologist, and National Coordinator for the UKALL 2011 trial, said: "We are incredibly grateful to Cure Leukaemia for supporting our team at Birmingham Children's Hospital to deliver these vital leukaemia trials.
Haematologist Dr Oliver Chapman led the team of managers, nurses, training, IT and communications experts who developed the tool.
THE HOUSE Health Committee yesterday gave government a month to open positions for a child oncologist and child haematologist for the state's Child Oncology Unit and condemned the years of delays it has taken to properly staff the ward.
R.590 of 29 June 2001 (Government Notice) (1) states that a clinical haematologist shall have completed 4 years of training as a registrar in Medicine and then 2 years in Pathology (Haematological).
Dr Premini Mahendri, haematologist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, said: "Rituximab is continuing to revolutionise the management of NHL.
Kevin's daughter Elaine Williams and club treasurer Barry Richardson presented consultant haematologist Dr Dianne Plews with a cheque for pounds 1,450 to benefit patients in the haematology unit at James Cook University Hospital in the town.
Margaret Cook, a consultant haematologist, told how she was offered pounds 17,000 for just one month's work to cover as a locum.
A spokesman for Cook said the MP would not see his wife, who is a consultant haematologist at St John's Hospital in Livingston.