Infusion is the introduction of a substance, such as a fluid, electrolyte, nutrient, or drug, directly into a vein or interstitially by means of gravity flow. Sterile techniques are maintained, the equipment is periodically checked for mechanical difficulties, and the patient is observed for swelling at the site of injection and for cardiac or respiratory difficulties.
- Antibiotic Therapy
- Biologicals - Special Immune system modifiers often used for Rheumatoid Arthritis, Multiple
- Sclerosis, and other immunologic conditions