Hematology is a branch of medicine that studies the structure and functions of blood and blood-forming organs, causes and mechanisms of blood diseases. It uses different methods of their diagnosis, treatment and prevention. Blood diseases conditionally divide into non- malignant and malignant (oncohematology). The main groups of non-malignant diseases are various types of anemia, diseases of leukocytes and platelets, hemorrhagic diseases, vasculitis, reactive lymphadenopathy, leukemoid reactions. Malignant diseases of the blood or hemoblastosis include acute leukemia, chronic myeloleukemia, lymphoma, and histiocytosis.
Hematologic Service Center includes children's and adult hematologists at the Therapeutics department of the consultative polyclinic and hospital care at the Hematology Department for Children (30 beds) and Hematology Department for Adults (60 beds).
The Center is equipped with first-class medical facilities, up-to-date clinicodiagnostic laboratory, has highly skilled hematologists who can help to identify in the shortest time the cause of disease and treat successfully diseases of blood.
The Department is equipped with up-to-date diagnostic facilities
The Center renders medical services in the field of diagnostics and treatment to patients with the following diseases:
acute and chronic leukemias;
malignant lymphomas, including lymphogranulomatosis;
hereditary and acquired anemias;
hemopoiesis depressions: hypoplastic anemias, agranulocytosis, etc.;
hemorrhagic diatheses: hereditary, including hemophilia and acquired;
storage diseases: Gaucher's disease, Niemann-Pick disease, etc.;
reactive states of hematopoietic and lymphatic systems;
acute vascular purpura.
different types of biopsies (trepanobiopsy, biopsy of peripheral lymph nodes);
analysis of blood film, bone marrow, lymph nodes imprints, histological specimens;
cytochemical, immunological, cytogenetic, molecular-biological study of bone marrow;
Study of the hemostatic system (hemostasiogram, aggregatogram of platelets, quantification of the 8th and 9th blood coagulation factors, inhibitors, factor VIIIR);
selection of modern chemotherapy protocols to the prediction of the clinical oncohematologic outcome.
diagnosis and treatment of thrombocytopenia with intravenous immunoglobulin;
international approach to diagnosis and treatment of hemophilia with concentrated blood clotting factors.
At the outpatient stage you can get an expert hematologist’s advice. The doctor will give you the detailed medical advice and supervision after the required supplemental examination. If necessary, the patient will be hospitalized.
Igor A. Iskrov, head of the Department, doctor of the highest category, underwent a long-term training at clinics in Japan, Luxemburg, and Ireland.
Irina Yu. Lendina, hematologist of the first category.
Zhanna M. Kozich, hematologist of the highest category.
Natalya V. Serdyukova, hematologist of the first category.
Victor K. Shpudeyko, hematologist of the first category.
Elena M. Repchenko, hematologist of the second category.
Irina P. Romashevskaya, head of the Hematology Department for Children, hematologist of the highest category, finished the postgraduate course in hematology and transfusiology at the Belarusian Research Center for Pediatric Onclology and Hematology in Minsk in 2008.
Dmitry K. Novik, hematologist of the highest category of the Hematology Department for Children;
Alla N. Demidenko, hematologist of the first category of the Hematology Department for Children;
Ekaterina F. Mitsura, hematologist of the second category of the Hematology Department for Children;
Oksana V. Zhuk, hematologist of the highest category of the Therapeutics Department of the consultative polyclinic;
Tatyana I. Kireeva, hematologist of the first category of the Therapeutics Department of the consultative polyclinic.
Adviser: Associate Professor of the first chair in therapy of Gomel State Medical University, Head of the Hematology course, Candidate of Medicine, HODULEVA Svetlana.