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haematology

(US), hematology
the branch of medical science concerned with diseases of the blood and blood-forming tissues
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Janet Jeffries of the Friends of the Haematology Cancer Day Unit said: "We wanted an event that was within the capabilities of those whose health did not extend to participating in a run or long walk.
Haematology market includes Haematology Analyzers, Haemostasis, Haematology Reagents, Haematology Rapid Tests & POC, Haematology Cell Counters and Immunohaematology.
Although there are currently no plans to close the haematology day unit at North Tees, the loss of the haematology ward will mean that patients will not receive the vital continuity of care they must have when their condition requires a stay in hospital.
2 July 2013 - Swiss Roche (VTX:ROG) said Tuesday it had purchased US Constitution Medical Investors Inc (CMI), a developer of a haematology testing system used for the diagnosis of blood-related diseases.
Masood Hameed Khan, Vice Chancellor, DUHS in his address said that Dow Institute of haematology (DIH)" has been established in the premises of Ojha Campus of Dow University of health Sciences to provides services in haematology, transfusion medicine, research and diagnostics.
I was the secretary of the South African Society for Haematology (SASH) at the time of the inception of the subspecialty of clinical haematology in 1997, (3) and would like to sketch the background.
The haematology department, which cares for patients with blood disorders, is holding the service on Sunday, November 9 at 2pm.
Kirin is the perfect specialty haematology partner for Shire and for AGRYLIN in Japan.
The report also provides company shares and distribution shares data for the overall Haematology market in each of the aforementioned countries.
USPRwire, Sun Dec 06 2015] GlobalData's new report, "Canada Haematology Market Outlook to 2021", provides key market data on the Canada Haematology market.
HEALTH chiefs say they are aware the haematology day unit at Teesside's biggest hospital no longer provides the environment it "needs or aspires to" for the care of its patients.
To the Editor: Clarity with regard to what training in clinical haematology in South Africa involves and aims to achieve can be elusive.