Liv Hospital Pediatric Hematology Clinic; Provides special diagnosis and treatment services in the treatment of blood diseases and cancer in children and adolescents with its highly skilled specialists.
In our department; all anemias (iron deficiency anemia, vitamin B12 deficiency anemia), congenital blood diseases (Mediterranean anemia), bone marrow deficiencies, childhood leukemias, bleeding diseases such as diarrhea are being treated.
Why Liv Hospital Hematology Clinic?Multidisciplinary approach under a single roof: All kinds of diagnosis and treatment services required for the treatment of your child are given together with all related branches. In pediatric patients as well as in adults, information about branch physicians is applied more frequently.
In the hospital allergy, endocrinology, cardiology, neurology, gastroenterology, hematology, oncology and pediatric surgery pediatricians evaluate patients at the ward next to the outpatient clinic.
This team understanding provides a quick assessment, timely start of treatment and excellent health care.
Comprehensive Hemophilia Clinic: If your child has hemophilia, thrombosis (abnormal clot formation) or other blood disorder, Liv Hospital's Comprehensive Hemophilia Clinic provides specific diagnosis and treatment services, including prevention of complications.
What diseases are treated?
- All anemia (iron deficiency anemia, vitamin B12 deficiency anemia),
- Congenital blood diseases (Mediterranean anemia)
- Bone marrow failures
- Childhood leukemias
- Diseases such as bleeding diathesis