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IV Therapy

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IV therapy, short for intravenous therapy, involves delivering fluids, medications, nutrients, or other substances directly into a person's bloodstream through a vein. This method allows for rapid absorption and distribution of the substances throughout the body, bypassing the digestive system. IV therapy is commonly used in medical settings for various purposes, including hydration, administration of medications, blood transfusions, and nutritional support. IV therapy can encompass a wide range of applications, including: Hydration: IV fluids are commonly used to restore or maintain hydration in individuals who are unable to drink fluids orally, such as patients with severe dehydration, nausea, or vomiting. Medication Administration: Certain medications, such as antibiotics, chemotherapy drugs, pain relievers, and electrolyte replacements, may be administered intravenously for faster and more precise delivery. Nutritional Support: IV therapy may be used to provide essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive system. This can be beneficial for individuals with malabsorption issues, digestive disorders, or those who require nutritional supplementation for various reasons. Blood Transfusions: IV therapy is essential for administering blood products, such as red blood cells, platelets, and plasma, to individuals who require transfusions due to blood loss, anemia, or other medical conditions. Therapeutic Treatments: Some specialized IV therapies, such as chelation therapy for heavy metal detoxification, immune system modulation, and oxidative therapy, are used for specific therapeutic purposes.

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