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Allogeneic Transplant

"I am getting someone else’s cells."

This patient education guide is comprehensive, including information about the different types of allogeneic transplants. Individualized treatment plans specific to your type of transplant will be provided by your care team.

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Allogeneic Reduced Intensity Transplant

"I am getting someone else’s cells as an outpatient."

This patient education guide is comprehensive, including information about the different types of allogeneic reduced intensity transplants. Individualized treatment plans specific to your type of transplant will be provided by your care team.

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Autologous Transplant

"I am getting my own cells."

This patient education guide is comprehensive, including information about the different types of autologous transplants. Individualized treatment plans specific to your type of transplant will be provided by your care team.

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Hickman Catheter Care

It is important that you or a caregiver are able to properly care for the catheter once you leave the hospital. The information in this video is provided to remind you how to care for the Hickman Catheter at home. Please be aware that procedures change and your nurse will educate you on the safe and most up to date process of caring for your central line.

Changing the dressing and cleansing the skin around the catheter helps to prevent infection. This also allows for an opportunity to look at the skin around the insertion site to check for any problems. It is necessary to change the dressing once a week or when it becomes wet or soiled.