Home Infusion Therapy
Home infusion therapy allows a patient to receive their IV medications safely and quietly in the comfort of their own home. Studies have shown that infusion therapy patients recover more quickly and completely when treatments are performed in surroundings familiar to the patient.
We specialize in a broad range of infusion therapy services that will help patients receive the medications they need. Whether it’s TPN, Antiviral/Antifungal, Wellness/Nutrition Infusion Therapy or End-of-Life Pain Management Infusion Therapy, we can provide the infusion therapy you need.
Total Parenteral Nutrition
TPN stands for Total Parenteral Nutrition. Unlike healthy individuals who get their nutrition via their digestive tract, or the “enteral” route, some individuals may have digestive or absorption issues that prevent them from receiving their nutrition through their digestive tract. TPN therapy will help deliver the nutritients your body needs.
Antibiotics / Antivirals/ Antifungals
For many patients, antibiotic, antifungal and antiviral infusion therapies that require intravenous (IV) administration are key to their recovery from serious illness or injury or management of disease. The highly trained team of specialists at Nexgen Home Infusion are here to help you reach your immediate health goals.
In the United States, millions of Americans are affected by chronic pain, and infusion therapy has been shown to provide substantial pain relief in patients with various painful chronic conditions and we’re here to help you manage your pain efficiently and effectively.
IVIG refers to intravenous immunoglobulin and it’s used to treat immune system problems. Treatment with IVIG is known as “IVIG therapy.” IVIG is the process used to get many types of antibodies and proteins in the body to help fight off infections. We are here to take care of all your IVIG needs.
The category of blood modifier drugs work to stimulate bone marrow to produce more red blood cells when they are affected by certain diseases such as cancer and chronic kidney failure. Infusion therapy will help you get the needed medication to assist in producing more red blood cells to help your body fight off infection.
Iron Replacement Therapy
Iron-deficiency anemia is a common type of anemia that occurs if patients don’t have enough iron in their bodies and severe cases may cause fatigue or tiredness, shortness of breath, or chest pain. Iron replacement therapy has been used on patients for mild to moderate iron deficiencies.
Clinical pharmacists coordinate the patient’s care with a team of medical providers including the patient’s physician, the infusion nurse and registered dietitian for all prescribed therapies. Our pharmacists have specialized training and experience working with patients in the areas of nutrition, infectious diseases, and oncology and pain management.
IV Therapy Nurse
Prior to admission, a member of our nursing staff will complete a patient assessment to make certain that the patient is a suitable candidate for home infusion therapy. The infusion nurse will train the patient and caregivers one-on-one so they can independently administer infusion therapies.
Our registered dietitian will work closely with your patient’s pharmacist, nurse, and physician to monitor the patient’s proper nutritional assessments. Professionally licensed, registered dietitians will assess, diagnose, and alter their patient’s nutritional needs based upon their medical condition and individual needs.
Patient Services Representative
Your PSR will coordinate your deliveries and supplies and regularly contact you during business hours to update your supply inventory or delivery schedule.
Your intake coordinator is there to handle all the necessary paperwork and insurance verifications needed to make sure your home infusion therapy session is easy and hassle-free.