Structured Education Program in Bone Marrow Transplantation

The Structured Education Program in Bone Marrow Transplantation aims to provide the patient and family with clear and detailed instruction on the health and disease process they face from the moment the process begins, each of the initial studies, specification of the phases and personalized care. In addition, education is provided on the most relevant aspects of the medication to be used, side effects, therapies and aftercare at home.

Supporting content

Understanding transplant

Oral cavity cleaning

Central venous catheter cleaning

Autologous and allogeneic transplant

Autologous transplantation is one that uses healthy stem cells from your own body to replace your bone marrow that is not functioning properly; allogeneic transplantation, on the other hand, obtains healthy stem cells from a donor.

Step by step of the transplant by Dr. Andrés Escobar

Stages of transplantation by Dr. Laura Diaz

Stem cell collection by Doctor Angela Tirado

What is chemotherapy? by Laura Diaz, M.D.

Patient care

Security measures

Post-transplant care