Bone Marrow Transplant for Hematology Patients: Caring for the Patient from Diagnosis to Long Term Follow Up (006)

3.25CNE  There are an increasing numbers of patients with hematologic transplant as a curative therapy, for previously life-threatening and life-limiting diagnosis. There continues to be advancement in this area on options available to patients to allow for overall increased survival and improved outcomes. With these new advancements, there presents a challenge to manage these patients effectively pre- and post-transplant to improve outcomes and survival. This presentation will provide an overview of transplant for hematology patients, which will include indications for transplant, criteria to qualify for transplant, pre- and post-transplant considerations (infectious, social, etc.), an overview of medications specific to hematologic conditions prior to transplant; types of transplants used, hematologic specific complications pre- and post-transplant, long-term follow up considerations in the post-transplant patient, and new and emerging therapies in the hematology patient and transplant.