Blood and marrow transplant complications and their treatmentBBlood and marrow transplant complications and their treatmentBlood and marrow transplant complications and their treatmentEnglishHaematology;Immunology;OncologyChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)BodyImmune systemConditions and diseasesAdult (19+)NA2010-01-06T05:00:00ZJohn Doyle, MD, FRCPC, FAAPChristine Armstrong, RN, MScN, NP Peds9.0000000000000061.0000000000000189.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Learn how complications are treated after a blood and marrow transplant (BMT).</p><p>After your child’s transplant, it takes four to six weeks for the new bone marrow to grow and function as it should. During this time, your child may experience some complications. </p><h2>Key points</h2> <ul><li>Your child may develop complications after a blood and marrow transplant.</li> <li>In some cases, your child may be moved to the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit if they require special monitoring, mechanical help to breathe, ver close medical attention.</li></ul>
Complications et leur traitementCComplications et leur traitementBlood and marrow transplant complications and their treatmentFrenchHaematology;Immunology;OncologyChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)BodyImmune systemConditions and diseasesAdult (19+)NA2010-01-06T05:00:00ZJohn Doyle, MD, FRCPC, FAAPChristine Armstrong, RN, MScN, NP Peds9.0000000000000061.0000000000000189.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Apprendrez comment on traite les complications qui suivent une greffe de sang et de moelle osseuse (GSM).</p><p>Après la greffe de votre enfant, il faut attendre de quatre à six semaines pour que la nouvelle moelle osseuse se développe et fonctionne comme elle devrait. Pendant ce temps, votre enfant pourrait être aux prises avec des complications.</p><h2>À retenir</h2> <ul><li>Votre enfant peut développer des complications après une greffe de sang et de moelle osseuse.</li> <li>Dans certains cas, s’il a besoin d’une surveillance spéciale, d’une aide mécanique pour respirer ou d’une surveillance médicale étroite, il pourrait être transféré à l’unité des soins intensifs pédiatriques.</li></ul>

 

 

Blood and marrow transplant complications and their treatment1548.00000000000Blood and marrow transplant complications and their treatmentBlood and marrow transplant complications and their treatmentBEnglishHaematology;Immunology;OncologyChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)BodyImmune systemConditions and diseasesAdult (19+)NA2010-01-06T05:00:00ZJohn Doyle, MD, FRCPC, FAAPChristine Armstrong, RN, MScN, NP Peds9.0000000000000061.0000000000000189.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Learn how complications are treated after a blood and marrow transplant (BMT).</p><p>After your child’s transplant, it takes four to six weeks for the new bone marrow to grow and function as it should. During this time, your child may experience some complications. </p><h2>Key points</h2> <ul><li>Your child may develop complications after a blood and marrow transplant.</li> <li>In some cases, your child may be moved to the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit if they require special monitoring, mechanical help to breathe, ver close medical attention.</li></ul><p>If your child develops a complication, it is natural to become anxious and worried. For most patients, the complications will be temporary. Your health care team will do everything possible to get your child through these difficult times and to keep them as comfortable as possible. </p><p>Depending on the complication, your child may need to be transferred to the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU). The PICU is the best place for your child if they need:</p><ul><li>special monitoring</li><li>mechanical help to breathe</li><li>very close medical and nursing attention </li></ul><p>The medical and nursing staff will keep you well informed about whether your child is likely to be transferred to the PICU. The transplant physician will continue to work with the intensive care staff to provide the necessary care for your child.</p><p>During this time, your child runs the greatest risk of bleeding, or of having infections and other complications. These risks are covered in more detail in this section.</p>Blood and marrow transplant complications and their treatment

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