IV infusion therapy allows patients to spend less time receiving treatment while decreasing the risk of infection. Out-patient treatment not only lowers medical costs, but also allows patients to return to their daily lives and spend more time with their
Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas (PRWEB) March 31, 2015
With intravenous (IV) infusion therapy, medication is delivered directly into the vein using a catheter. Patients, typically, are prescribed IV infusion therapy when their medical conditions are so severe that oral medications are no longer effective. Illness often leads to dehydration, and fluids are almost always needed to help with electrolyte imbalances. Infusion therapy benefits the patient’s recovery by shortening the duration of illness. In addition to treating dehydration, IV infusion therapy can be used to treat a number of conditions which include: allergic reactions, bladder infections, kidney infections, pneumonia, and viral syndrome.
At Urgent Care of Texas, physical exams and labs are performed on-site to evaluate a patient’s illness. If necessary, therapy can be administered in the facility. IV infusion therapy results are immediate. Patients not only experience a shortened illness duration, but they are also able to recover comfortably at home.
“IV infusion therapy allows patients to spend less time receiving treatment while decreasing the risk of infection. Out-patient treatment not only lowers medical costs, but also allows patients to return to their daily lives and spend more time with their friends and family,” says Dr.Umar Saeed.
To learn more about the many conditions that can be treated using IV infusion therapy, visit: http://www.UCofTX.com or visit an Urgent Care of Texas center in Arlington, Coppell, or Keller.
About Urgent Care of Texas
Urgent Care of Texas, An Affiliate of Physician Partners of America, serves as an alternative to the traditional ER. By combining the convenience and limited wait time of urgent care and traditional family clinics into one clinic, our patients receive the care they need safely, quickly, and more affordably. The goal is to provide a comprehensive solution for the entire family- adults and children- after hours and/or weekends. Affiliations with experienced specialists and local hospitals exist for optimal patient care. Urgent Care of Texas currently has locations in Arlington, Coppell, and Keller.
About Physician Partners of America
Physician Partners of America (PPOA) is a multi-faceted healthcare group that focuses on building strategic alliances and partnerships with private-practice physicians. Our goal is to provide an alternative to the traditional private-practice model that is beneficial to both the doctor and patient. By providing a bridge between medicine and business, PPOA allows its partners to remain focused on delivering superior healthcare and building stronger doctor-patient relationships, not the economic pressures associated with a rapidly changing, sometimes hostile, healthcare environment. Current PPOA affiliates include: Texas Pain Relief Group, Urgent Care of Texas, and Frisco, Park, and Precinct Ambulatory Surgery Centers. For additional information about Physician Partners of America, please visit http://www.physicianpartnersofamerica.com.