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Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi

New Delhi, India

Number of beds : 1000

Established In : 1996

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 About Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi 

  • Established in 1996, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital is NABH, NABL and JCI accredited.

  • Apollo Group offers 10,000 beds across 64 hospitals, more than 2,200 pharmacies, over 100 primary care & diagnostic clinics and 115 telemedicine units across 9 countries.


Apollo Hospital, Mumbai

Mumbai, India

Number of beds : 500

Established In : 1970

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 About Apollo Hospital, Mumbai 

  • ​Apollo Hospitals, Navi Mumbai is one of the most advanced multi-specialty tertiary care hospitals offering comprehensive services under one roof.

  • Accredited by National Accreditation Board for Hospitals (NABH) and Joint Commission International (JCI), this is the 66th hospital of the Apollo Group.

  • The hospital also provides personalized health check programs.

  • It has state of the art technology and facility as per international specifications.


Global Hospitals, Chennai

Chennai, India

Number of beds : 1000

Established In : 1999

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About Global Hospitals, Chennai 

  • Established in 1999, Global Hospitals is accredited by NABH, NABL and HALAL. 

  • It is associated with and part of the Parkway Pantai Ltd which is one of the region's largest integrated private healthcare groups.


Apollo Hospital, Greams Road, Chennai

Chennai, India


Established In : 1983

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About Apollo Hospitals, Greams Road, Chennai 

  • Established in 1983.

  • One of the best hospitals for heart care in India.

  • First Indian hospital to introduce techniques in coronary angioplasty, stereotactic radiotherapy and radio-surgery (for brain tumours).


Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai

Mumbai, India

Number of beds : 750

Established In : 2006

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About Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai 

  • Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, one of the most modern and state-of-the-art multi-specialty tertiary care hospitals, was launched in 2008 by Reliance Group.

  • The Hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI) and the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals


Medanta-The Medicity, Gurgaon

Gurgaon, India

Number of beds : 1250

Established In : 2009

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About Medanta - The Medicity, Gurgaon 

  • Medanta Hospital was founded in 2009 by the renowned Cardiovascular and Cardiothoracic surgeon, Dr. NareshTrehan

  • The hospital is both NABH and NABL accredited.


BLK Super Speciality Hospital, New Delhi

New Delhi, India

Number of beds : 650

Established In : 1959

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About BLK Super Speciality Hospital, New Delhi 

  • Eminent Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Dr. B.L. Kapur had established the BLK Super Specialty Hospital in 1959. It was inaugerated by the then Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru.

  • The super specialty hospital is both NABH and NABL accredited.


Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurgaon

Gurgaon, India

Number of beds : 300

Established In : 2001

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About Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurgaon 

  • Brand Fortis was established in 1996 and now has over 55 facilities in line to offer health facilities within India and abroad.

  • It is an NABH accredited multi-specialty tertiary care hospital.

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Manipal Hospital, New Delhi

New Delhi, India

Number of beds : 380

Established In : 1953

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About​ Manipal Hospital, new Delhi

  • Manipal Hospitals Dwarka is a super-specialty hospital with seamless integration and paperless services.

  • It is part of Manipal Hospitals Group which was established in 1953 as Kasturba Medical College in Manipal, Karnataka and is a third largest established player in India.


Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon

Gurgaon, India

Number of beds : 350

Established In : 2007

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About Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon 

  • Established in 2007, Artemis Hospital is a super-specialty hospital in Gurgaon, Delhi.

  • With an area spread across 9 acres, the hospital houses 380 beds.  

  • It is the first JCI and NABH accredited hospital in Gurgaon.


Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi

New Delhi, India

Number of beds : 285

Established In : 1988

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About Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi 

  • Largest private cardiac hospital in Asia Pacific region, Fortis Escorts Heart Institute was established in 1988 and is JCI accredited.

  • It is one of the best hospitals for Cardiac care for adults and children that had celebrated 25 years of Cardiac excellence in 2013.

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Max Hospital, New Delhi

New Delhi, India

Number of beds : 262

Established In : 1989

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About​ Max Hospital, New Delhi

  • Max Super Speciality Hospital in Saket was founded in 2006

  • Awarded for its initiatives towards customer experience improvement & for patient safety at FICCI Healthcare Excellence Awards.


Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata

Kolkata, India

Number of beds : 700

Established In : 2003

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About Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata 

  • Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals, Kolkata was established in 2003 and is a perfect combination of technological excellence, infrastructure, competent care and warm hospitality.

  • It is a joint venture of Apollo Group of Hospitals, India and Parkway Health of Singapore.


Max Hospital Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi

New Delhi, India

Number of beds : 300

Established In : 2011

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About Max Hospital Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi

  • Max healthcare is 1st hospital in India to receive ‘Stage 6’ recognition from HIMSS.

  • Specializes in Cardiac Sciences, Neuro Sciences, Minimal Access Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery, Trauma & Critical Care and Orthopedics & Joint Replacement.


Venkateshwar Hospital, New Delhi

New Delhi, India

Number of beds : 325

Established In : 2016

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About Venkateshwar Hospital, New Delhi 

  • Located in New Delhi, Venkateshwar Hospital was established by Venkateshwara Group.  

  • It is the first hospital in India which is furnished by world-class furniture and other equipments by Paramount Japan.


Max Super Specialty Hospital Gurgaon, Haryana

Haryana, India

Number of beds : 100

Established In : 2007

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About Max Super Specialty Hospital Gurgaon, Haryana

  • Express Healthcare Awards for Excellence in Healthcare 

  • First Multi, Super Speciality Tertiary Care Location


Nanavati Super Specialty Hospital, Mumbai

Maharashtra, India

Number of beds : 350

Established In : 1950

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About Nanavati Super Specialty Hospital, Mumbai

  • Inaugurated in 1951 by India’s first prime minister - Jawaharlal Nehru, Nanavati Super Specialty Hospital has been at the forefront of healthcare for 65 years.

  • Accredited by NABH, the hospital has multiple achievements to its credit including E-India Award in 2010, Edge Awards in 2011 and 2012, Healthcare Excellence Award, CISCO Technology Award and Medical Excellence Award.


Shalby Hospital, Ahmedabad

Gujarat, India

Number of beds : 1700

Established In : 1994

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About Shalby Hospital, Ahmedabad

  • Accredited by NABH, NABL, ISO 9001:2008, Shalby Hospital in Ahmedabad was established in 1994.

  • Chairman and Managing Director of the multi specialty hospital, Dr. Vikram I. Shah, is known worldwide as the inventor of “O”Technique in Total Knee Replacement.


New Age Wockhardt Hospital, Mumbai

Maharashtra, India

Number of beds : 350

Established In : 2014

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About New Age Wockhardt Hospital, Mumbai

  • New Age Wockhardt Hospital is in South Mumbai, the heart of the city’s business district and was established in 2014.

  • It is a 21 storied tertiary care hospital.


AMRI Hospitals, Saltlake, West Bengal

West Bengal, India

Number of beds : 220

Established In : 2001

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About AMRI Hospitals, Saltlake, West Bengal

  • AMRI Hospital, Salt Lake is one of the renowned Healthcare institutions in Kolkata, providing quality health care services with a team of well-trained professionals and personnel having extensive experience.

  • The hospital is situated close to the Yuva Bharati Krirangan and the Sports Authority of India regional training center 


A bone marrow transplant is a procedure that infuses healthy blood-forming stem cells into your body to replace bone marrow that's not producing enough healthy blood cells. A bone marrow transplant is also called a stem cell transplant.

You might need a bone marrow transplant if your bone marrow stops working and does not produce enough healthy blood cells.

Bone marrow transplants may use cells from your own body (autologous transplant) or from a donor (allogeneic transplant).

  1. Allogeneic stem cell transplant:

  2. Autologous stem cell transplant

Why it's done

A bone marrow transplant may be used to:

  • Safely allow treatment with high doses of chemotherapy or radiation by replacing or rescuing the bone marrow damaged by the treatment

  • Replace bone marrow that's not working properly with new stem cells

  • Provide new stem cells, which can help kill cancer cells directly

Bone marrow transplants can benefit people with a variety of both cancerous and noncancerous diseases, including:

  • Acute leukemia

  • Adrenoleukodystrophy

  • Aplastic anemia

  • Bone marrow failure syndromes

  • Chronic leukemia

  • Hemoglobinopathies

  • Hodgkin's lymphoma

  • Immune deficiencies

  • Inborn errors of metabolism

  • Multiple myeloma

  • Myelodysplastic syndromes

  • Neuroblastoma

  • Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma

  • Plasma cell disorders

  • POEMS syndrome

  • Primary amyloidosis


A bone marrow transplant can pose numerous risks. Some people experience minimal problems with a bone marrow transplant, while others can have serious complications that require treatment or hospitalization. Sometimes complications are life-threatening.

Your risks depend on many factors, including the disease or condition that caused you to need a transplant, the type of transplant, your age and your overall health.

Possible complications from a bone marrow transplant include:

  • Graft-versus-host disease (a complication of allogeneic transplant only)

  • Stem cell (graft) failure

  • Organ damage

  • Infections

  • Cataracts

  • Infertility

  • New cancers

  • Death

Your health care provider can explain your risk of complications from a bone marrow transplant. Together you can weigh the risks and benefits to decide whether a bone marrow transplant is right for you.

Graft-versus-host disease: A potential risk when stem cells come from donors

If you receive a transplant that uses stem cells from a donor (allogeneic transplant), you may be at risk of developing graft-versus-host disease (GVHD). This condition occurs when the donor stem cells that make up your new immune system see your body's tissues and organs as something foreign and attack them.

GVHD may happen at any time after your transplant. Many people who have an allogeneic transplant get GVHD at some point. The risk of GVHD is greater if the stem cells come from an unrelated donor. But GVHD can happen to anyone who gets a bone marrow transplant from a donor.

There are two kinds of GVHD: acute and chronic. Acute GVHD usually happens during the first months after your transplant. It typically affects your skin, digestive tract or liver. Chronic GVHD typically develops later and can affect many organs.

Chronic GVHD signs and symptoms include:

  • Joint or muscle pain

  • Shortness of breath

  • Persistent cough

  • Vision changes, such as dry eyes

  • Skin changes, including scarring under the skin or skin stiffness

  • Rash

  • Yellowing of the skin and the whites of your eyes

  • Dry mouth

  • Mouth sores

  • Diarrhea

  • Nausea

  • Vomiting

How you prepare
Pretransplant tests and procedures

A series of tests and procedures can assess your general health and the status of your condition. The tests and procedures also ensure that you're physically prepared for the transplant. The evaluation may take several days or more.

In addition, a long, thin tube (intravenous catheter) will be implanted into a large vein in your chest or neck. The catheter, often called a central line, usually remains in place for the duration of your treatment. Your transplant team will use the central line to infuse the transplanted stem cells, medications and blood products into your body.

Collecting stem cells for autologous transplant

If a transplant using your own stem cells (autologous transplant) is planned, you'll undergo a procedure called apheresis (af-uh-REE-sis) to collect blood stem cells.

Before apheresis, you'll receive daily injections of growth factor to increase stem cell production and move stem cells into your circulating blood so that they can be collected.

During apheresis, blood is drawn from a vein and circulated through a machine. The machine separates your blood into different parts, including stem cells. These stem cells are collected and frozen for future use in the transplant. The remaining blood is returned to your body.

Collecting stem cells for allogeneic transplant

If you're having a transplant using stem cells from a donor (allogeneic transplant), you'll need a donor. Once a donor is found, stem cells are gathered from that person for the transplant.

Stem cells can come from your donor's blood or bone marrow. Your transplant team decides which is better for you based on your situation.

Another type of allogeneic transplant uses stem cells from the blood of umbilical cords (cord blood transplant). Mothers can choose to donate umbilical cords after their babies' births. The blood from these cords is frozen and stored in a cord blood bank until needed for a bone marrow transplant.

The conditioning process

After completing the pretransplant tests and procedures, you'll begin a process known as conditioning. During conditioning, you'll undergo chemotherapy and possibly radiation to:

  • Destroy cancer cells if you're being treated for cancer that may spread to other parts of the body

  • Suppress your immune system

  • Prepare your bone marrow for the new stem cells

The type of conditioning process you receive depends on several factors, including the disease being treated, your overall health and the type of transplant planned. You may have both chemotherapy and radiation or just one of these treatments as part of your conditioning treatment.

Side effects of the conditioning process can include:

  • Nausea and vomiting

  • Diarrhea

  • Hair loss

  • Mouth sores or ulcers

  • Infection

  • Bleeding

  • Infertility or sterility

  • Anemia

  • Fatigue

  • Cataracts

  • Organ complications, such as heart, liver or lung failure

You may be able to take medications or other measures to reduce such side effects.

Reduced-intensity conditioning

Based on your age and health history, you may receive lower doses or different types of chemotherapy or radiation for your conditioning treatment. This is called reduced-intensity conditioning.

Reduced-intensity conditioning kills some cancer cells and suppresses your immune system. Then, the donor's cells are infused into your body. Donor cells replace cells in your bone marrow over time. Immune factors in the donor cells may then fight your cancer cells.

What you can expect
During your bone marrow transplant

Your bone marrow transplant occurs after you complete the conditioning process. On the day of your transplant, stem cells are infused into your body through your central line.

The transplant infusion is painless. You'll be awake during the procedure.

After your bone marrow transplant

When the new stem cells enter your body, they travel through your blood to your bone marrow. In time, they multiply and begin to make new, healthy blood cells. This is called engraftment. It usually takes several weeks before the number of blood cells in your body starts to return to the standard range. In some people, it may take longer.

In the days and weeks after your bone marrow transplant, you'll have blood tests and other tests to monitor your condition. You may need medicine to manage complications, such as nausea and diarrhea.

After your bone marrow transplant, you'll remain under close medical care. If you're experiencing infections or other complications, you may need to stay in the hospital for several days or longer. Depending on the type of transplant and the risk of complications, you'll need to remain near the hospital for several weeks to months to allow close monitoring.

You may also need periodic transfusions of red blood cells and platelets until your bone marrow begins producing enough of those cells on its own.

You may be at greater risk of infections or other complications for months to years after your transplant. For the rest of your life, you'll meet regularly with your health care provider to check for late complications..


If your bone marrow transplant is using stem cells from a donor (allogeneic transplant), you may take medications to help prevent graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) and reduce your immune system's reaction.

After your transplant, it takes time for your immune system to recover. During this time, you may be given medications to prevent infections.

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