Pediatric Hematology / Oncology

A doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating blood disorders and cancers in children, adolescents, and young adults is known as a pediatric hematologist/oncologist. With age-specific reference ranges that correlate with the hematopoietic, immunologic, and chemical changes in a developing child, pediatric hematology has emerged as a specialized field. From conception and implantation through organogenesis, a newborn represents the culmination of developmental processes. In order for the embryo to grow and develop, it needs red cells to carry oxygen from the mother. As the newborn adjusts to a new biological existence, birth causes profound changes in circulation and oxygenation that affect hematopoiesis.


Track 11.1 Basics of Pediatric Hematology

Track 11.2 Complications of Pediatric Hematology

Track 11.3 Prevention of Pediatric Hematology

Track 11.4 Treatment and Management of Pediatric Hematology

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