Infusion Therapy

Infusion therapy

An infusion is the controlled application of fluids into the body, generally referring to intravenous infusion therapy.

The fluids administered usually contain substances that have a therapeutic effect in the body and are intended to accelerate recovery.

Thus, infusions can contain various medications, vitamins, minerals, and trace elements, which can be quickly and effectively distributed in the body through the bloodstream.
Amino acids and coenzymes can also be infused via infusions.

Infusions can also be used to quickly compensate for dehydration or fluid loss or to effectively treat acute poisoning and edema.

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An experienced physician can prepare infusions individually and integrate them into the treatment plan so that cause-related therapy of the disease can be effectively supported.

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Further information

Further information intended to give a better overview of the topic.