An allogeneic transplant is a procedure in which stem cells for transplantation are collected from a matching donor and transplanted into the patient’s body after high-intensity chemotherapy or radiation. The donor can be a sibling, a relative, or an unrelated person who is an HLA match.
The Allogeneic Transplant Unit at Nanavati Max Super Speciality Hospital is a fully integrated unit offering comprehensive medical, diagnostic, and surgical services to patients suffering from various diseases. The unit is equipped with advanced technology and the latest therapies to treat complex conditions requiring allogeneic transplantation. The team of skilled hematologists and transplant physicians follows a multidisciplinary approach to create a patient-centric treatment plan.
Allogeneic Bone Marrow Transplant, BMT, Haplo, or SCT.
Allogeneic transplant is done as follows:
The preparation for allogeneic transplant is as such:
The patient will have to follow up with their doctor for the next 2-3 months to monitor their condition. Their blood count and immune system will get better around the six-month mark and it will take up to a year to fully recover from the transplant.
Complications and risks of allogeneic transplant include:
However, it’s important to contact your treating haematologist if you observe any health complications to diagnose the cause and treatment without delay.
If you are facing any similar signs or symptoms please contact the Nanavati Max team to schedule an appointment at : +91 22 6836 0000