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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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The expansion of the POC haemoglobin (Hb) market is inhibited by the preference for laboratory-based tests; however, there are several factors that ensure that the haematology market continues to grow," says Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Gayathry Ramachandran.
An aging population is also creating demand for haematology tests; the urge to remain healthy is motivating older citizens to undergo regular health check-ups.
2m programme of work on ward refurbishments will include work on Ward 33 and Marton Day Unit for haematology.
A total of PS500,000 will come from charitable funds held by the haematology department.
As mentioned in the letter, clinical haematology is regarded purely as a subspecialty of internal medicine in many parts of the world.
Clinical haematology training in South Africa for fellows with a primary specialty of internal medicine--what's in a name?
Global corporate-level profiles of key companies operating within the Haematology market in BRICS.
However, the EHA acknowledges that European countries vary in terms of the profile and definition of a haematologist, with some countries considering haematopathology as part of haematology and others considering it a different specialisation.
Some training institutions in South Africa may interpret clinical haematology according to the ASH and others may interpret it along the UK lines.
Advances in rapid test technology and the introduction of high sensitivity point of care tests will drive the growth in the global haematology market.
The laboratory remains the primary site of testing for haematology diagnostics and is being re-defined by growing automation.
Amgen opertates in one business segment - human therapeutics, and markets products in the areas of haematology, immunology, inflammation and oncology.