Haematology patient information leaflets

 

This page lists leaflets produced or used by our department. Each leaflet is reviewed at least every three years to make sure it is kept up to date.

Bone marrow biopsy

Description:
This information aims to help answer some of the questions you may have about having a bone marrow biopsy.

Chemotherapy - Going home after inpatient chemotherapy - information for haematology patients

Description:
This information leaflet aims to help answer some questions you might have about returning to your everyday activities after chemotherapy.

Chemotherapy - Going home after outpatient chemotherapy - information for haematology patients

Description:
This information leaflet aims to help answer some questions you might have about returning to your everyday activities after chemotherapy.

Clinical trials - Information for cancer and haematology patients

Description:
This leaflet contains information for cancer and haematology patients taking part in clinical trials.

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)

Description:
This leaflet explains more about deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and how to treat it.

Desmopressin response test for adults

Description:
This leaflet aims to answer your questions about having a desmopressin response test. It explains the benefits, risks and alternatives, as well as what you can expect when you come to hospital.

Health Psychology Service for adults and young people with haematological disorders

Description:
This leaflet provides information about the service, how we can help you and how to contact us.

Health Psychology Service for adults and young people with haemophilia

Description:
This leaflet provides information about the Health Psychology Service, how we can help you and how to contact us.

Health Psychology Service for adults and young people with sickle cell disease and thalassaemia

Description:
This leaflet provides you with information about the service, how we can help you and how to contact us.

Hydroxycarbamide for sickle cell disease

Description:
This information sheet has been given to you to help answer some of the questions you may have about taking hydroxycarbamide for the management of sickle cell disease. It contains information on the benefits and risks of taking hydroxycarbamide, how to take and store it, and how it works, including the changes it causes in the blood.
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