Most Cancer Patients enrolled in Medical Oncology centre require Chemotherapy, Biological Therapy, Immunotherapy, Parantaral Nutrition, Blood and Blood Components.
Patients who develop neutropenia are isolated and provided with double barrier nursing and growth factors, wherever indicated.
Medical oncology is not just administrating chemotherapy but the scope of work is much more beyond it. It begins right at the time when the patient first walks into our centre and much before chemotherapy is planned like deciding what vaccination needs to be given to the patient. Cancer Patients are generally very weak and immune compromised and are at risk of various life threatening infections. So many among all, needs to be vaccinated so that they do not succumb to these infections later on during course of their disease.