Clínica Particular AlgarveShopping00h00m
Clínica Particular de Vilamoura00h00m
Centro Médico Internacional VRSA00h00m
Hospital São Camilo Portimão00h00m
Clínica Particular SIIPEMOR00h00m
Clídis – Clínica de Diagnósticos de Sines00h00m
Madeira Medical Center00h00m
Immunohemotherapy specialists have the primary function of providing safe and effective blood components for transfusion, favoring clinical intervention and articulation with other medical specialties.
It is the responsibility of these specialists to evaluate the prescription, prepare and send the most appropriate product to the recipient, for the different clinical situations. They rely on increasingly sophisticated laboratories and technology to reduce immunological and risks of infectious, maximizing compatibility between cells, tissues and diagnosing autoimmune diseases.
The prevalence of congenital anemia and its dependence on blood transfusions in a chronic or sporadic way is also the responsibility of Immunohemotherapy at the treatment level, including the diagnosis and prevention of red blood cell pathology, integrating biochemical and molecular studies with clinical cases, collaborating with other medical specialties such as Clinical Hematology and Pediatrics , in the treatment of patients.