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What exactly does a bone marrow transplant mean?

It is a process that can restore damaged blood formation in a patient's body. It consists in intravenous application of hematopoietic cells either of the patient himself/herself (autologous transplant) or donor cells (allogeneic transplant). However, before the actual application, the patient has to undergo an exacting preparation when high doses of cytostatics are used.


Quick contact

Outpatient Department
+420 221 977 315

Inpatient Department
+420 221 977 226

Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
+420 221 977 294

Transplant Unit
+420 221 977 229


Opening hours

Outpatient Department
Mo – Fr: 07:00–18:00
Weekends: 09:00–13:00

Visitors
Inpatient Department
Mo – Fr: 13:00–18:00

ICU and Transplant Unit
Mo – Fr: 13:00–18:00

How to find us

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Ústav hematologie a krevní transfuze
(​Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion)

Building B

U Nemocnice 2094/1
128 20 Praha 2

The nearest underground station: Karlovo náměstí (line B)

The nearest tram station: Karlovo náměstí (10, 16, 22), Moráň (3, 6, 10, 16, 18, 24)

The nearest bus station: U nemocnice (291), Karlovo náměstí (176)

How to get here