Injecting essential vitamins and minerals into the body

Nutritional IV therapy could be an alternative care pathway for patients who have trouble with oral medications or require a fast delivery of vitamins. — Photos:

The use of intravenous (IV) infusion therapy has been a critical part of patient care for decades, serving as a fast and reliable solution for dehydration, nutritional deficiencies and medication delivery to prevent or treat certain life-threatening conditions.

At present, it’s not uncommon to see IV therapy being used in a quasi-lifestyle health context, whether it is on-demand or mobile IV clinics that promise quick hangover cures, or wellness brands that promise to transform your health and vitality.

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