Pure Medical Vitamin Drip Therapy, also known as Infusion therapy or vitamin drip therapy are all a term used to describe the administration of drugs or fluids through the use of a needle or catheter, typically intravenously (IV).
It is a way to administer medicine that cannot be taken orally or that must be given at a certain rate.
IV therapy is a safe way to deliver medication directly into a vein in order to treat various medical conditions. It is often used to administer chemotherapy drugs, pain medications, and other treatments that would otherwise require painful injections.
Pure Medical Vitamin Drip therapy provides hydration when dehydration is mild to severe, intravenous (IV) rehydration may be advised. Adults are treated less frequently than children. When they are ill, children are more likely than adults to become severely dehydrated. Dehydration can also result from strenuous exercise without adequate hydration.
Fluids will be pumped into your patient’s body via an IV line during IV rehydration. Various fluids may be employed, depending on the circumstance.
Using IV drip therapy carries a few minor hazards. In general, the advantages exceed the drawbacks, particularly in light of the fact that severe dehydration can be fatal if ignored.
The treatment process
You will receive an IV drip of tailored vitamins and minerals in a combination created to support your energy, health, and anti-ageing goals. The therapeutic effect manifests itself right away because this is the shortest route into the digestive system. Due to the fact that the initial buzz lasts for 2-4 days, it is recommended if you have a sporting event or social gathering coming up. Despite eating a healthy diet, we don’t always obtain all the nutrients we need to perform at our best levels. This will be taken care of by an IV vitamin drip, which will also restore you and enable you to reach your full potential.
Note: An IV vitamin therapy treatment can only be administered following a face-to-face consultation. During the consultation, you will be required to submit to a private blood test to determine whether or not you are hemodynamically stable. Pure Medical will then review the results to determine whether it is safe to start vitamin therapy. After that, you will need a blood test every year or more frequently if your medical history changes. Initial consultations only occur during appointments. After that, you will need to schedule a different appointment for treatment; for best results, we advise a five-session course.