Infusion therapies and the conditions they treat
Anti-infective therapy - The intravenous administration of antibiotic drugs, anti-fungal medication and antiviral medication for the treatment of severe infections that do not respond to oral medications. This IV therapy is typical of patients diagnosed with abscesses, AIDS/HIV related infections, cellulitis, chronic urinary tract infection, endocarditis, Lyme disease, osteomyelitis, pneumonia, sepsis and wound infections. Contact us for more information.
Cardiac drug therapy (heart failure) - The intravenous administration of inotropic cardiac drugs and other therapies as needed for infection treatment, pain management and nutrition. Contact us for more information.
Chemotherapy - The intravenous infusion of drugs to kill cancer cells. Patients who need this therapy are typically diagnosed with cancer, AIDS/HIV, lymphomas, leukemia. Contact us for more information.
Enteral nutrition therapy - The administration of nutrients to the functioning portion of a patient's gastrointestinal tract. Typically, referred to as "tube feeding," this therapy often used for conditions such as cancer, malnutrition, dysphasia, injury, organ failure, motility disorders, inflammatory bowel disease, HIV and other conditions. Need enteral nutrition therapy? Here's what to expect.
Hydration therapy - The intravenous infusion of fluids such as dextrose and/or saline solutions with electrolytes. This therapy is typically used when a patient does not drink enough liquids and becomes dehydrated. Some common diagnoses for this condition are AIDS/HIV, cancer and excessive vomiting due to pregnancy or other conditions. Contact us for more information.
Pain management therapy - The intravenous infusion of drugs to control chronic or acute pain from injury, surgery or disease such as cancer, AIDS or end-stage COPD. Patients who need this therapy typically have a high level of constant pain and have not found relief with pain medication delivered orally or topically. Contact us for more information.
Parenteral nutrition (PN) / Total parenteral nutrition (TPN): The intravenous administration of nutrients such as vitamins, amino acids, carbohydrates, etc., for patients who are unable to absorb nutrition through their own gastrointestinal tract. Patients who need this care are commonly diagnosed with AIDS/HIV, Crohn's disease, inflammatory bowel disease, stomach cancer, ulcerative colitis, short bowel syndrome and other conditions. Need PN or TPN therapy? Here's what to expect