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About infusion therapy
Infusion therapy efficiently delivers medications directly into the body stream through a needle smoothly inserted under the skin into a blood vessel. Physicians prescribe infusion therapy to accelerate the delivery of important disease treatment, vitamin treatment, and hydration therapy.
If you are suffering from one of the conditions listed below, we have a matching infusion therapy for you.
To ensure the highest quality care, your infusion therapy is managed by an on-site advanced practitioner and licensed nurses.
Rheumatology is a branch of medicine focusing on some issues with arthritis and rheumatic illnesses as the primary concern. There are several conditions that fall under rheumatology and many diagnostic and treatment options.
A rheumatologist will often use an MRI scan or DEXA scan to identify osteoporosis or rheumatoid arthritis. Once identified, the treatment options could include anything from acupuncture to oral medication to rheumatology infusion therapy.
With rheumatology infusion therapy, medication can be delivered directly to the bloodstream. This can offer quicker relief, more complete absorption of medication and a more convenient patient experience.
In the allergy/immunology practice space, doctors focus on diagnosing, treating, and managing allergies, asthma, and immunologic disorders. Many of these conditions can be treated with oral medication, but for some patients, IV infusion therapy may be the better option.
Allergy/immunology medications that can be given via IV infusion include Cinqair, Fasenra, Nucala, Xolair, Gammunex, Octagan, and many more. If you don’t see your prescription on the list, please give us a call for our current updated list.
Once you have a prescription from your allergist / immunologist, the immunology infusion nursing staff at BioHealth Infusion Center will be happy to help you with scheduling your first infusion appointment.
At a gastroenterology practice, doctors are trained to diagnose and treat digestive system disorders. These are diseases and conditions affecting the gastrointestinal tract.
When treating gastroenterology conditions, doctors must consider oral medication absorption carefully. Many digestive disorders prevent the proper and complete absorption of nutrients and can affect the absorption of the medication.
A solution is using infusion centers for gastroenterologists prescribed medications. With IV infusion, medications can be delivered directly to the bloodstream bypassing the gastrointestinal tract. We offer a number of standard gastroenterology IV therapies, including: Entyvio, Remicade, and IV Steroids.
Autoimmune diseases are caused by the body’s immune system mistaking healthy cells for foreign bacteria or viruses. The immune system attacks these healthy cells causing an inflammatory state and damage to the body.
When it comes to therapy for autoimmune diseases, there are often issues when medications are prescribed to be taken orally. This is because when the body is in an inflammatory state, the lining of the gut is prone to leaking nutrients rather than absorbing them into the bloodstream.
Autoimmune disease infusions are a great solution. Using IV infusion, medication can be delivered to the bloodstream directly without needing to be absorbed via the gastrointestinal tract.
Nephrology focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of kidney disease and conditions. There are many autoimmune conditions and inflammatory diseases that can affect the kidneys. Properly functioning kidneys are vital to health, and any nephrology issues must be addressed promptly.
Intravenous IV therapy is a standard nephrology treatment prescribed when facing kidney disease. It can treat vasculitis of the kidneys, anemia of chronic kidney disease, or administer anti-rejection drugs after a kidney transplant.
At BioHealth Infusion Center, we offer infusion treatment for kidneys using many nephrology medication options.
The nervous system regulates and coordinates many of our body activities and movements. From our brain to our spinal cord to each nerve, this system keeps our bodies running and functional. Unfortunately, hundreds of known neurological diseases target this system.
Common types of neurological conditions include Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, spina bifida, and multiple sclerosis. These conditions can cause difficulties with moving, speaking, swallowing, and even breathing.
Often it can be challenging to treat these conditions with oral medications. A great alternative is neurology infusion therapy. At a neurology infusion practice, prescribed medication can be delivered intravenously for quicker absorption straight into the bloodstream.
Skin conditions can range from mild acne to severe autoimmune diseases. When discussing the more chronic and damaging conditions, dermatology therapies can vary.
One option is IV infusion treatment. IV therapy is a great way to get the targeted medication right into the bloodstream of a patient for quicker and more complete medication absorption. A dermatology infusion center can often use IV therapy to treat conditions such as psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, lupus, or pemphigus.
The dermatology infusion nursing team at IV Infusion Treatment Center has experience with many of these conditions, and we administer the IV medications Remicade, Stelara, and Simponi Aria
Women face some unique medical conditions and diseases due to their gender. With a focus on women and the female reproductive system, gynecology is the area of medicine that covers these conditions.
At a gynecology infusion clinic, the focus is further narrowed to address gynecology patients’ IV therapy needs. These needs can range from IV infusions for cervical cancer treatment to simple IV hydration for severe morning sickness during pregnancy.
If you are looking for a gynecology infusion practice, the Biohealth Infusion Center is a great choice. We provide several IV infusion therapy medications, including Zulressso, for postpartum depression.
Blood makes up approximately 10% of the average adult’s total body weight. It’s responsible for bringing oxygen and nutrients to the entire body while transporting waste material to the kidneys and digestive system to be removed from the body.
When faced with a blood disorder, patients can suffer significantly due to blood’s vital role. Blood diseases include anemia, hemophilia, and sickle-cell disease. Hematology also covers the treatment of blood cancers such as leukemia.
Hematology treatments vary depending on the condition being treated. Hematology infusion therapy is viral, though, as it allows the medication to be delivered directly to the bloodstream.
At our hematology infusion center, we offer patients IV therapy with hematological medications such as Feraheme, Ferrlecit, Injectafer, Rituxan, and Venofer.
Hormones play an essential role in the body, from maintaining appetite to balancing blood sugar to fertility. When hormone levels are off, it’s time to see an Endocrinologist.
After establishing a diagnosis based on hormone levels and tests, your endocrinologist will likely recommend treatment options. One such option may be endocrinology intravenous therapy.
Endocrinology infusion IV therapy can help deliver medication directly into the bloodstream. IV treatments are available for many hormone-related disorders, including thyroid disease, osteoporosis, infertility issues, and epithelial cancers.
Our dedicated and experienced team at BioHealth Infusion Center has provided endocrinology infusion solutions to countless patients
“The eyes are the window to the soul,” but they are also our window to the world. Good eyesight and healthy eyes give us the freedom to see and explore our world. The ophthalmology branch of medicine works to keep our eyes in working order.
Ophthalmology covers the diagnosis and treatment of many eye disorders. These include cataracts, glaucoma, esotropia, eye injuries, dry eyes, etc. When facing an eye issue, ophthalmic infusion may be a suggested treatment option.
Ophthalmology infusion therapy uses an IV to deliver needed medications intravenously for quicker and more complete absorption. Ophthalmology infusions can be used to target and treat quite a few eye conditions.
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Our goal is to provide patients with courteous, prompt, and experienced infusion care. With just one phone call to the infusion center, the authorization process can begin immediately. All reimbursement and financial assistance options are explored in order to provide the patient’s infusion therapy at the lowest out-of-pocket costs to them.