hat is an Intravenous infusion?
Posted on: May 25, 2016 in Category: Wellness Guide
Intravenous infusion means to place a small catheter, an IV into a small vein in your hand in order to administer fluids, vitamins, minerals and medications directly into your body under sterile conditions through sterile IV tubing.
By administering fluids, vitamins, minerals and medications directly into a vein you are receiving the full, complete benefits of vitamins and medications directly into your blood stream by bypassing your stomach and intestines.
During the intravenous infusion you will be monitored by a physician who is a board certified cardiac anesthesiologist and pain medicine specialist certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology.
Intravenous Infusions at the Sand Institute:
Many of the infusions and medications given intravenously are approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Intravenous infusions are compounded only by USP Certified compounding pharmacies and which have been approved by Medicare.
Intravenous Infusions Currently Available:
- Myers Cocktail
- Modified Myers Cocktail
- High Dose Vitamin C infusions
- Magnesium infusions
- Vitamin B infusions
- Lidocaine infusions
- Glutathione infusions
- Ketamine infusions
- Immune Booster infusions
- Stress Reduction infusions
- Metabolism-Energy infusions
- Hangover Management infusions
- Migraine Management infusions and Migraine Management Medications
- Dehydration-IV Restoration infusions
- Jet lag infusions
- Weight Loss infusions
- 0.9% Normal Saline infusions
- 0.45% Normal Saline infusions
- Lactated Ringers infusions
- Electrolyte Muscle infusions
- Long Distance Marathon Runner infusions
- Infusions for Nausea and Vomiting
- Electrolyte Replacement infusions.
Intramuscular Injections Currently Available:
- Vitamin B Complex
- Toradol injections
- Glutathione injections
- Ketamine injections
- 0.25% Marcaine with Kenalog injections
- 2% Lidocaine injections with Kenalog.
Intravenous Infusion of Pain Medications:
- Ketamine and many others.