Bone Marrow Transplant in India

Hospitals and medical centers in India performing Bone Marrow Transplant.

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Hospitals and clinics offering Bone Marrow Transplant in India

Nova Medical Center Kailash Colony Contact Nova Medical Center Kailash Colony
Medical Center, New Delhi, India
A modern surgery center, opened in 2010, specializing in elective surgeries. Medical procedures carriedout at the center include general surgery, urology, pediatrics, orthopedics, oncology, plastic and cosmetic surgery, ophthalmology, pain management.
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Bone Marrow Transplantupon request
Fortis Hospital Noida Contact Fortis Hospital Noida
Private Hospital, Noida, India
NABH AccreditationNABH Accreditation
Located near Delhi, Fortis Hospital Noida is a Centre of Excellence for Orthopaedics and Neurosciences with a focus on Cardiac Sciences, Minimally Invasive Surgeries and Oncology.
Prices
Bone Marrow Transplantupon request
Apollo Hospitals Bangalore Contact Apollo Hospitals Bangalore
Private Hospital, Bangalore, India
JCI AccreditationJCI Accreditation   NABH AccreditationNABH Accreditation
Apollo Bangalore is a modern, JCI accredited, multi-specialty hospital, capable of treating the most complex medical cases, including neurosurgy, bone marrow transplants, oncology and cardiac surgery. Apollo provides a full range of services for foreign patients.
Prices
Bone Marrow Transplantupon request
6 listed oncologists:view all >
Dr. P P Bapsy
Dr. P P Bapsy
Head of the Department of Oncology
Dr. B.K.M. Reddy
Dr. B.K.M. Reddy
Radiation Oncology
Apollo Hospital Chennai Contact Apollo Hospital Chennai
Private Hospital, Chennai, India
JCI AccreditationJCI Accreditation   NABH AccreditationNABH Accreditation
The Apollo Hospital Chennai is part of the Apollo Hospitals group. The hospital is JCI accredited and considered as one of the best hospitals in India.
Prices
Bone Marrow Transplantupon request
19 listed oncologists:view all >
Moolchand Medcity Contact Moolchand Medcity
Trust Hospital, New Delhi, India
JCI AccreditationJCI Accreditation   NABH AccreditationNABH Accreditation
Trust based hospital that treats around 7,000 international patients a year. India's first JCI and comprehensive NABH accredited hospital.
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Bone Marrow Transplantupon request
3 listed oncologists:view all >
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Dr. Krishan Saxena
Medical Oncology
Narayana Hrudayalaya Health City Contact Narayana Hrudayalaya Health City
Private Hospital, Bangalore, India
JCI AccreditationJCI Accreditation   NABH AccreditationNABH Accreditation
A conglomeration of hospitals in one campus, including: the Sparsh Hospital for Orthopedics & Trauma, the Mazumdar Shaw Cancer Center, the Narayana Hrudayalaya Heart Hospital, the Narayana Nethralaya Eye Hospital, as well as a full fledged multi specialty hospital.
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Bone Marrow Transplantupon request
21 listed oncologists:view all >
Prof. Anthony Pais
Prof. Anthony Pais
Senior Consultant Surgical Oncology, Head of the Breast Unit and The Women's Oncology Dept.
Dr. Prasad Narayanan
Dr. Prasad Narayanan
Consultant Medical Oncologist
Sevenhills Hospital Contact Sevenhills Hospital
Private Hospital, Mumbai, India
Prices
Bone Marrow Transplantupon request
3 listed oncologists:view all >
Dr. Indoo Ambulkar
Dr. Indoo Ambulkar
Consultant in Medical Oncology
Dr. Chetan Shah
Dr. Chetan Shah
Consultant Surgical Oncologist
Apollo Gleneagles Hospital Contact Apollo Gleneagles Hospital
Private Hospital, Kolkata, India
JCI AccreditationJCI Accreditation
The Apollo Gleneagles Hospital is a medical institution in Kolkata, India. It is an affiliate of Apollo Hospitals, the largest private hospital group in Asia. It provides medical services to both local and international patients.
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Bone Marrow Transplantupon request
15 listed oncologists:view all >
Dr. Akhter Jawade
Dr. Akhter Jawade
Radiation Oncology
Head & Neck Radiation
Dr. Arunabha Sengupta
Dr. Arunabha Sengupta
Surgical Oncology
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About Bone Marrow Transplant

This information is intended for general information only and should not be considered as medical advice on the part of Health-Tourism.com. Any decision on medical treatments, after-care or recovery should be done solely upon proper consultation and advice of a qualified physician.
What is Bone Marrow Transplant?
Bone Marrow Transplant is a treatment therapy for cancer or diseases related to the bone marrow.
During bone marrow transplant, the donor’s or the patient’s stem cells of the bone marrow are extracted, filtered and given back to the patient. In this process, the unhealthy bone marrow will be eliminated and healthy bone marrow cells will be transfused.

Although bone marrow transplant is not a standard treatment, it is used in the treatment of leukemia, aplastic anemia, lymphoma, immune deficiency disorders, and some tumor cancers.

What are the different kinds of bone marrow transplant?
The three kinds of bone marrow transplants are as follows:
  • Autologous bone marrow transplant:
    The patient’s stem cells are removed before the patient receives chemotherapy and radiation. Once these treatments are performed, the stem cells are inserted back into the patient’s body. This transplant is known as a rescue transplant.
  • Allogeneic bone marrow transplant:
    The stems cells are removed from a donor.
  • Umbilical cord blood transplant:
    A newborn infant’s stem cells are removed from the umbilical cord right after birth. The stem cells are then stored and used until a transplant is needed.

How is bone marrow transplant performed?
  • A catheter is inserted into a vein in the patient’s chest, above the heart. Through the catheter, the patient is given drugs and other materials. Blood samples are also withdrawn through this catheter.
  • Once the patient is admitted to the bone marrow transplant unit, the conditioning or preparative regimen begins, in which the patient will have chemotherapy and radiation therapy for many days. This is required to eliminate unhealthy bone marrow and cancer cells. Space for new bone marrow is also created.
  • The patient will undergo a stem cell transplant through a process similar to blood transfusion.
  • A central venous catheter is used to deliver the stem cells into the patient’s bloodstream. The stem cells go into the bone marrow from the blood.
  • A bone marrow harvest is required to get bone marrow and stem cells from a donor. This may be done through a minor surgery in which the bone marrow is removed from the hip bones.

How to prepare for bone marrow transplant?
  • The patient is physically examined to determine if he or she is healthy enough to go through the bone marrow transplant procedure.
  • The patient’s age, disease, and stage of the disease are taken into account to determine if the patient should undergo the procedure.
  • A number of tests are conducted to examine the functions of the patient’s heart, lungs, kidneys and other vital organs. This is required to check if the functions of any of the organs are impaired after the transplant procedure.



Days admitted:
The patient may be admitted in the hospital through out the treatment of chemotherapy, the duration of which may vary from patient to patient.

Anesthesia:
If the patient requires a bone marrow harvest surgery, general anesthesia is administered.

Recovery:
- The patient will receive anti-infection medications.
- Blood transfusions may also be required.
- The patient will need to be fed through an intravenous tube until the mouth sores are cured.
- Medication to stop graft versus host disease is also provided.
- After the patient is discharged from the hospital, the patient needs to continue home recovery for two to four months.
- The patient cannot return to full-time work and normal activities before six months.
- For the first several weeks the patient will be too weak to do anything apart from sleeping, sitting and walking inside the house.

Risks:
The risks of bone marrow transplant depend on many factors like the type of bone marrow transplant, disease, age and health of the patient, etc.

Some of the complications are as follows:
- Bacterial, viral and fungal infections
- Low platelets (thrombocytopenia) and low red blood cells (anemia)
- Pain due to mouth sores and gastrointestinal irritation - side effects of chemotherapy and radiation treatment
- Overload of fluids resulting in pneumonia, liver damage and high blood pressure
- Respiratory distress due to infection, inflammation, bleeding etc. in the lungs
- Organ damage caused by infection, chemotherapy and radiation, graft versus host disease and fluid overload
- Graft failure caused by infection , insufficient stem cell count and recurrent disease
- Graft versus host disease (GVHD) affecting the lungs, gastrointestinal tract, skin, lungs and liver

After care:
- The patient’s white blood cell counts are very low so the patient will be very vulnerable to infection.
- The patient should avoid going to public places during the recovery period.
- The patient may need to wear protective masks.
- The patient needs to visit the hospital several times a week for monitoring, blood transfusions and medications.
- Most patients feel that the quality of life is improved after bone marrow transplant.

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