If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a cardiovascular disease, you may require Infusion Therapy in order to receive your medicine. Infusion Therapy involves administering nutrition and medication intravenously, or directly into the veins, through the use of a needle or catheter. Many Infusion Therapy candidates require treatment for heart diseases such as congestive heart failure and coronary heart disease. For those needing long-term therapy, the more popular and more comfortable setting choice is home infusion rather than an inpatient setting.
We at Dobson, specialize in providing skilled, infusion nurses who are knowledgeable in the care and monitoring a variety of infusion therapies. These skilled professionals can assist the patient and family in the coordination and management of your infusion patient’s care. Infusion nurses are able to provide a personalized, professional care to each patient in order to meet the needs of their specific therapy. To learn more about our Infusion Services, read our Fact Sheet below or give us a call at 866-866-8984!
National Home Infusion Association. (n.d.). Infusion FAQs. Retrieved February 22, 2016