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IV Vitamin Therapy

The term “intravenous (IV) therapy” refers to delivering fluids to the body through the veins. A vitamin drip is a type of intravenous therapy that introduces vitamins, minerals, and hydration into the bloodstream through an IV drip and makes them accessible for the body to use. The intravenous infusion of vitamins bypasses the digestive tract and helps the body to receive vitamins and hydration directly into the bloodstream.

 

What Is In The literature?

Are you concerned about the safety of Ketamine IV Infusion treatments for anxiety, depression, chronic pain, migraine headaches, fibromyalgia, and PTSD? It is a valid question, and if you wish to learn more, you are wise to do so. Research shows that Ketamine IV Infusion treatments for chronic pain and mood disorders are highly safe when administered by highly trained anesthesia providers with Board Certification.

 

FAQ

01Is Ketamine safe?

Yes, Ketamine has an extensive safety profile and is used commonly in hospitals and clinics. It preserves the patient’s vital signs and is exceptionally safe when administered by certified anesthesia providers such as anesthesiologists.

02What is the infusion session like?

Before each infusion session, we will record your baseline vital signs, including blood pressure, heart rate, oxygen saturation, and temperature. You will be seated in one of our cozy and comfortable exam rooms. IV access will be obtained for the infusion. The infusion generally takes 60 minutes. You won’t be interrupted while your vital signs will be monitored every 10 minutes. After the infusion, you will usually need 10-15 minutes to recover, although this might take only a few minutes in some patients.

03How will I feel during my treatment?

Some patients report changes in their thought processes, vision, or speech. Dissociation from the body is a known way of describing the effects of Ketamine infusions on your body. Some other people describe it as a dreamlike state.

04What are the common side effects of Ketamine infusion?

A tiny percentage of the patients receiving Ketamine infusions might experience nausea and headaches after the treatment. Therefore, all our patients will receive two medications (Zofran and Decadron) to prevent nausea. We also add Toradol (an anti-inflammatory medication like aspirin and ibuprofen) as an effective treatment for possible headaches.

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