Leicester Royal Infirmary houses a specialist unit for patients undergoing bone marrow or stem cell transplants as part of their treatment. It is on level two of the Windsor Building.
Below are leaflets produced by the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit (BMTU) information group that you might find useful:
Your first appointment with the Haematology Transplant Team-currently under review
Cyclophosphamide treatment and stem cell collection
DHAP (Dexamethasone, Cytarabine and Cisplatin) treatment and stem cell collection
ESHAP (Etoposide, Methylprednisolone, Cytarabine and Cisplatin) treatment and stem cell collection
GDP (Gemcitabine, Dexamethasone and Cisplatin) treatment and stem cell collection-currently under review
G-CSF and plerixafor
IVE (Ifosfamide, Etoposide and Epirubicin,) treatment and stem cell collection
Having a bone marrow or stem cell transplant - Top Tips-currently under review
Preparing for Allogeneic Stem Cell / Bone Marrow Transplant-currently under review
Preparing for your autologous stem cell or bone marrow transplant
Preparing for and receiving your Autologous Transplant if you have renal impairment
Tissue typing for potential family stem cell or bone marrow donors
What happens next? Information for stem cell donors
What happens next? Information for bone marrow donors
Going home after your allogeneic transplant
Going home after your autologous transplant
Bone marrow transplant late effects clinic
Leaflets relevant to your care will be given to you at the appropriate time, giving you the chance to discuss them with your healthcare team.
Please be aware that not all of the above leaflets will be relevant to your care.
This page last reviewed 14/11/2023