Buku haematology is a quick reference for the initial investigation and management of common haematology problems. It is for all grades of generalist and specialist doctors, specialist nurses, physician assistants and has links to key references and guidelines
The information included is concise to make it easy to use, and further reading should be undertaken to gain a full understanding of the topics covered
'Buku' is the Chichewa word for book or reference. Chichewa is spoken in Malawi where our pathology project MPathE is running
Links at the bottom of each section offer resources for further reading including national guidelines or review articles
This app contains general information tailored for UK practice and is not advice. It should be used in conjunction with clinical judgement. The responsibility for care lies with the clinician. Use your local haematology on-call service for advice for individual cases.
The App is trusted by our 14,000 users, and by 2 hospital trusts in the North-East (Gateshead Health and Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trusts) who have installed the App on devices used by their clinicians. The app also has ORCHA accreditation (the organisation used to accredit apps used in the NHS).
Copyright Dr Alex Langridge, Professor Stephen O'Brien 2020
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