Infusion therapy is the administration of medication directly into a vein. This type of therapy can be administered in your home, and it is a safe and effective alternative to being cared for in the hospital.
For many patients, receiving treatment at home is preferable and can be a cost-effective alternative to being in the hospital for an extended period of time or being placed in a nursing home. This form of treatment also allows many patients to continue their normal day-to-day activities.
Medical research reports that when a skilled team of specialists provides home care, patients experience better outcomes. Our expert team of pharmacists and nurses provides various types of infusion therapy, including antibiotics, fluids, nutrition, chemotherapy, pain medication and many others. Patients who require infusion therapy may have diagnoses ranging from:
- Multiple sclerosis
- Cancer and cancer-related pain
- Gastrointestinal diseases or disorders that result in nutrition-related problems
- Congestive heart failure
- Immune disorders