#Infusion Therapy


Health experts tout monoclonal antibody therapy's effectiveness in treating COVID-19

ORLANDO, Fla. - Monoclonal antibody infusion therapy is getting rave reviews from medical experts for its effectiveness in treating patients with the coronavirus. But not all hospitals in Central Florida are offering it. It's a synthetic drug that can help COVID-19 patients recover quickly. "Not only does it work well,...
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Global Infusion Therapy Market 2020 Competitive Analysis, Growth Estimations, Forecast with COVID-19 Impact 2027

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Monoclonal antibody infusions fighting COVID-19 in St. Mary

FRANKLIN — Two area physicians are touting the success of monoclonal antibody infusions to fight COVID-19, and the Delta Variant strain. Dr. Roland Degeyter, an internist working in Franklin, said he orders infusions for nearly 11 St. Mary Parish residents a week who have either tested positive or who qualify for the procedure.
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Aducanumab Joins the Fight to End Alz as the Latest Approved Treatment

Since the discovery of Alzheimer’s disease, researchers have been searching for a cure. While we have learned ways to help lower a person’s risk or manage symptoms, we have not been successful in stopping a disease that affects more than 6 million Americans. Fortunately, there is now a new treatment that shows promise in bringing us one step closer to ending Alzheimer’s.
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In my memory it was sunny. I was driving my mother-in-law’s Hyundai through morning traffic. Mary, my mother-in-law, was in the passenger seat. I flipped on my left blinker and switched lanes. “You’re changing lanes?” said Mary. “My God. Are you trying to get us killed?”. Mother Mary, one of...

Ketamine Colorado Springs offers ketamine infusion therapy for PTSD and depression

Living Local Content Disclaimer: The information, advice and answers displayed in the Living Local section of FOX21News.com are those of individual sponsors, not FOX21. When it comes to mental health, while traditional medicine works, not everyone wants to take a pill every day. There is a treatment center here in Colorado Springs that focuses on Ketamine Infusion Therapy to help treat mental health conditions.
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Infusion Therapy Has Come A Long Way

The DENT Infusion Center offers comfort, cutting-edge therapies, exemplary care, and more. “Twenty-five years ago, chemotherapy for neuro-oncology patients (patients with tumors of the brain and spine) was only available in hospital settings. In creating an outpatient infusion center at DENT Neurologic Institute, we have improved access and comfort for our patients. There are now many neurologic and non-neurologic conditions that benefit from tremendous breakthroughs in drug therapy. Expanding the DENT Infusion Center as a site to receive care has been wonderful for our patients and their physicians,” said Dr. Laszlo Mechtler, Medical Director of Dent Neurologic Institute, and Chief of Neuro-Oncology at both at DENT and Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.

What Is Ketamine Infusion Therapy?

Ketamine, originally developed as anesthesia, was first discovered to work similarly to antidepressants as early as 1975. Early reports from street ketamine users showed promise in its antidepressant effects, but they were dismissed because it was an illegal substance. Researchers began studying it in humans in the late 1990s, with...

Comanche County Medical Center hosting diabetes information session

Comanche County Medical Center is holding a Diabetes Relief™ information session for the public at 5:30 p.m. on Monday in the CCMC Cafeteria Conference Room, 10201 Highway 16 North, Comanche. Dwayne Miller, MD, chief medical officer, and Rachel Hilliard, FNP nurse practitioner, will discuss the features of the new infusion...

At-home Tysabri Infusions Appear as Safe, Effective as Those at Clinics

Tysabri (natalizumab) infusions given in the home to people with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) save money and are more convenient, while apparently as safe and effective as those given in clinical settings, a pilot study comparing the two delivery methods reported. Nonetheless, its researchers recommended larger trials be conducted to...

PAVmed : UpScriptHealth to provide telemedicine services to evaluate consumers with chronic heartburn seeking early esophageal precancer detection using Lucid's EsoGuard test (Form 8-K)

UpScriptHealth to provide telemedicine services to evaluate consumers with chronic heartburn seeking early esophageal precancer detection using Lucid's EsoGuard test. NEW YORK, July 22, 2021 (BUSINESSWIRE) - PAVmed Inc. (Nasdaq: PAVM, PAVMZ) (the 'Company' or 'PAVmed'), a highly differentiated, multi-product, commercial-stage medical technology company, today announced that its major subsidiary Lucid Diagnostics Inc. ('Lucid') has entered into a definitive agreement with UpScriptHealth ('UpScript'), a leading, nationwide, direct-to-consumer telemedicine company. Pursuant to the agreement, UpScript will support Lucid's upcoming EsoGuard Telemedicine Program by providing a Lucid-branded web-based telemedicine platform for patients with chronic heartburn symptoms to request video evaluation by a physician and, if clinically indicated, referral for Lucid's EsoGuard® Esophageal DNA Test ('EsoGuard').
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Infusion treatments close to home save much time

Infusion Treatments, also called IV Therapy, are conveniently offered locally at Veterans Memorial Hospital, saving patients numerous, tiring trips out of town for the same service. Infusion therapy is performed when medications or fluids cannot be taken by mouth or a stronger version of this medication is needed. These fluids or medications are delivered directly into the body through a vein with an IV. Infusions and treatments can be given as often as twice per day or as seldom as a one-time dose.

CCMC holding Diabetes Relief information session July 26

Comanche County Medical Center (CCMC) will hold a Diabetes Relief information session for the public on Monday, July 26, 5:30pm, in the CCMC Cafeteria Conference Room, 10201 Highway 16 North, Comanche. CCMC’s Dwayne Miller, MD, Chief Medical Officer, and Rachel Hilliard, FNP, Nurse Practitioner, will discuss the features of the new program and answer questions.
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Infusion therapy clinic opens first N.J. location, NAI Hanson says

An infusion therapy clinic has signed a lease for medical office space in Paramus, according to real estate firm NAI James E. Hanson. Specialty Infusion Leasing LLC signed for 1,433 square feet of space at 120 Route 17 N., according to the firm. Darren Lizzack, Randy Horning and David...