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IV Therapy

IV Therapy

– What is –

IV Therapy

Intravenous (IV) therapy, also known as intravenous infusion, is a medical technique that involves delivering fluids, medications, or nutrients directly into the bloodstream through a vein. It is a common method used in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare settings to provide various treatments and support to patients.

During IV therapy, a healthcare professional inserts a thin, sterile tube called an intravenous catheter into a vein, usually in the arm or hand. The catheter is then connected to an IV bag or syringe containing the desired fluid or medication. The contents of the bag or syringe flow into the bloodstream at a controlled rate, allowing for rapid absorption and distribution throughout the body.

IV therapy serves

Multiple Purposes

Fluid and electrolyte balance

IV fluids can be administered to restore or maintain proper hydration, electrolyte levels, and blood volume in patients who are unable to take fluids orally or require immediate replenishment.

Medication administration

Certain medications, such as antibiotics, chemotherapy drugs, pain medications, or emergency medications, may be given via IV to ensure a more rapid and reliable effect compared to other routes of administration.

Nutritional Support

When a patient is unable to eat or digest food adequately, IV therapy can provide essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals directly into the bloodstream, ensuring proper nourishment.

Blood transfusions

IV transfusions are commonly used to replace blood loss due to surgery, injury, or medical conditions that require additional blood components.

Correcting imbalances and deficiencies

IV therapy can address deficiencies of specific nutrients, such as iron, vitamin B12, or calcium, or correct imbalances in electrolytes like sodium, potassium, or magnesium.

Safety First

IV therapy is generally safe and well-tolerated when administered by trained healthcare professionals. However, like any medical procedure, it carries some risks, such as infection at the insertion site, allergic reactions to medications, or damage to the vein. Close monitoring and adherence to sterile techniques minimize these risks.

It’s important to note that IV therapy should only be administered under the supervision of qualified healthcare professionals and based on a patient’s specific medical needs.

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