CarePro Infusion Therapy
What is an IV? — IV stands for "intravenous." Bryce Jackman, CarePro Home Infusion's Director of Pharmacy, explains in more detail. View Full Transcript.
Who should receive home infusion therapy? — Many patients are candidates for home infusion therapy. Bryce Jackman, Directory of Pharmacy for CarePro Home Infusion, explains why in this video. View Full Transcript.
What is infusion therapy? — When a patient can't take medication by mouth, or when an oral medication isn't available, infusion therapy can help. Bryce Jackman, Director of Pharmacy for CarePro Home Infusion, explains the process in this clip. View Full Transcript.
What is infusion care? — Infusion care is receiving medication through your veins. Cheryl Hennings, RN, Clinical Director for CarePro Home Care, explains the process of infusion care in this video. View Full Transcript.
CarePro Home Infusion allows patients to receive intravenous (IV) therapy in their home, often times allowing patients to regain their normal activities including work. Home infusion therapy might sound intimidating, but your health is in good hands with our experienced team. The home infusion team includes pharmacists who work closely with your home care nurse and physician to ensure that your care is coordinated and your treatment goals are met.
If you're already on IV therapy, we'll make it easy and convenient for you to maintain your lifestyle and independence. Our home infusion staff will evaluate and monitor your infusion therapy on a regular basis, draw labs in the comfort of your home, coordinate the progress of your IV therapy with your doctor, and deliver your home infusion medications and supplies right to your door.
We provide you with quality outcomes by treating your whole condition through a multi-disciplinary approach. Using our unique treatment methods, CarePro Home Infusion proudly has two Centers of Excellence in the care of patients for nutrition support and heart failure, guaranteeing that our coordination of your treatment is exceptional.
That credentialed quality and compassion infuses every service we provide. It's in the way we care for adults and children with conditions such as allergic asthma, cancer and cystic fibrosis and in the way we provide home-delivered drug infusion therapies. Contact us for more information.
Infusion therapy commonly treated conditions
- Allergic asthma
- Cystic fibrosis
- Crohn's disease
- Chronic or terminal pain
- Gaucher's disease
- Heart failure
- Hepatitis C
- Immune deficiencies
- Infectious diseases
- Multiple sclerosis
- Paget's disease
- Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH)
- Pre- or post-transplants
- Rheumatoid arthritis
Drug infusion therapies
- Anti-infective therapy
- Cardiac drug therapy (heart failure)
- Hydration therapy
- Pain management therapy
- Parenteral nutrition (PN) or Total parenteral nutrition therapy (TPN)
- Immune globulin therapy
- Steroid therapy
- Enteral nutrition therapy
Learn more about:
- Infusion therapies and the conditions they treat
- Need nutrition therapy? Here's what to expect
- How to order enteral (tube-feeding) supplies
Are you a hospital administrator?
Ask us about our parenteral nutrition services for small hospitals.