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IV Therapy Beverly Hills

IV Therapy is a non-invasive procedure for administering fluids and nutrients into the bloodstream through the veins. The procedure ensures the fluid is delivered quickly and efficiently to the body tissues for utilization. Its function ranges from rehydration to skin rejuvenation.

IV therapy, also called Intravenous therapy, delivers the required nutrients in the needed amount without any loss to the gastrointestinal system. It has diverse functions ranging from hydration to improved energy to skin health enhancement.

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What is IV Therapy?

IV Therapy, or Intravenous therapy, administers drugs, fluids, and nutrients directly into the bloodstream, avoiding losses to the gastrointestinal system. With diverse applications from hydration to enhanced skin health, IV therapy ensures efficient delivery of nutrients that might take a week to ingest orally in just one session.

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IV therapy is useful for:

  • Rehydration
  • Drug Delivery
  • Treating Hangovers
  • Healthier And Glowing Skin
  • Improving Immunity

IV Therapy delivers the fluids into the bloodstream through an IV cannula connected by a tube to the bag containing the fluid. This bag is commonly called a drip bag. It has minimal side effects and complications.

IV Therapy Benefits

IV therapy is commonly used because it is very effective. It’s highly spoken of by health professionals. There are a few critics of the ‘non-conventional’ usage of IV therapy. A lot of other professionals not only approve but recommend it.

What Results to Expect:

  • Rehydration: IV therapy is great for rehydrating the body. It delivers fluids filled with electrolytes into the body.
  • Great Starter for Weight Loss: Some IV drips contain some vital minerals and amino acids like carnitine.These help in weight loss when combined with exercise and lifestyle modification.
  • Improve Fitness and Athletic Performance:  There are specific mixes that are great for athletes. They have multiple functions — help build muscle, repair damaged muscles, and increase your endurance.
  • Get Healthier Skin: The IV fluid hydrates the body. Your skin looks better and healthier when you’re hydrated. These drips also contain vitamins that brighten the skin and make the skin tone even.
  • Boost Immune System: In IV therapy, you get an incredible dosage of bioavailable vitamins and other nutrients. Thus, your body’s immunity is dramatically increased.
  • Cure Hangover: IV therapy is used to treat the symptoms of a hangover. It only sorts out the issues associated with a hangover — dehydration, headache, fatigue, excess thirst, etc.
  • Energy Boost: IV therapy can restore the energy you have. The Vitamin C and Amino acids will restore your energy and enthusiasm!
  • Treat Some Nutrient Deficiencies: IV Therapy helps provide nutrients for people who cannot eat. It can supply the nutrients needed in disease conditions that cause nutrient deficiency — Crohn’s disease, Short bowel syndrome, Celiac disease, and Colon cancer.
  • Detoxification: The body produces toxins that are dangerous if not curtailed. IV therapy containing Vitamin C, some Amino acids (Glutathione), and antioxidants will help detoxify the body and keep you healthier and stronger.
  • Improve Gut Health: IV therapy helps build up the bacterial normal flora of the gut.

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  • Treat Some Nutrient Deficiencies: IV Therapy helps provide nutrients for people who cannot eat. It can supply the nutrients needed in disease conditions that cause nutrient deficiency — Crohn’s disease, Short bowel syndrome, Celiac disease, and Colon cancer.
    • Detoxification: The body produces toxins that are dangerous if not curtailed. IV therapy containing Vitamin C, some Amino acids (Glutathione), and antioxidants will help detoxify the body and keep you healthier and stronger.
    • Improve Gut Health: IV therapy helps build up the bacterial normal flora of the gut.

    How Long Will Results Last?

    IV Therapy produces immediate results. It usually yields long-lasting results. The more often the procedure is done, the longer and better the results.

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    IV Therapy Cost & Pricing Structure

    The pricing varies based on the geographic location of the administrator, the drip used, and the expertise of the administrator.

    • US National Average: $200-400/IV Bag
    • Our Price: $
    • Additional Costs: This procedure does not have additional costs. You only get to pay for the procedure itself.
    • Insurance: Most insurance companies do not cover cosmetic procedures. We offer a variety of payment options for your convenience.

    How IV Therapy Works

    IV therapy is a  non-invasive procedure that involves delivering fluids, drugs, and nutrients to the body through the veins. It isn’t so painful and can be performed without anesthetics.

    Below are things to do in preparation for the procedure, how the procedure goes, and how to take care of yourself after.

    Before & Preparation

    Here are things to do as a preparation for the procedure:

    • Book a consultation with a health expert.
    • Explore your desires and set feasible expectations.
    • Discuss your medical history, allergies, and current drugs.
    • Stay hydrated in the days ahead of the procedure. It helps with vasodilation, leading to easy IV access.
    • Your doctor will tell you whether you’ll fast or not ahead of the procedure.
    • Avoid vasoconstriction drugs as they make venous access more difficult.
    • Put on free clothing when you come for the procedure.
    • Bring something to pass the time with.
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    During the Procedure

    • Duration: 45 to 60 minutes
    • Equipment used: IV line and drip bag
    • Pain: Minimal. Use topical anesthetics.
    • Step-by-step guide:
      • The healthcare professional will find a viable vein.
      • The healthcare expert will clean the area for the venipuncture.
      • A needle or small catheter, attached to a cannula, is carefully inserted into the vein on the hand or arm.
      • The healthcare expert will connect a tubing to the cannula, and then connect the other end of the tubing to the drip bag.
      • The drip is set to run at the required drops per minute.
      • The healthcare practitioner will constantly monitor your vitals, ensure the drip is flowing, and ensure there’s no swelling.
      • When the drip is done, the expert gently removes the needle and cannula, then cleans the site and covers it with a cotton bud and adhesive tape or bandage

    Aftercare & Recovery

    After the procedure, we suggest following this guide:

    • After 1 hour, remove the bandage from the puncture site
    • Keep the site clean and dry
    • Hydrate properly after the procedure
    • If there is swelling and bruising, you can use a cold compress
    • Avoid Strenuous exercise and activity at least 24 hours after IV therapy
    • Avoid taking any form of caffeine for at least 24 hours post-procedure
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    Am I a Good Candidate?

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    The right candidates for IV therapy include:

    • People who are dehydrated and need to rehydrate quickly.
    • People who cannot take oral medication or nutrition.
    • People who need an energy boost.
    • Hungover people who need to get over it fast.
    • Those with migraines.
    • Anyone with a desire to kick off their weight loss journey.
    • Athletes who need to build up their body and strengthen their muscles.
    • Those who want younger and glowing skin.
    • Patient with the following conditions:
      • Fibromyalgia
      • Asthma
      • Thyroid problems
      • Allergies etc.

    Similar & Related Procedures

    • Oral medication: Tablets, capsules, or liquids are taken via the mouth and are delivered to the body slowly through the digestive system.
    • Intramuscular Injection: An expert injects drugs directly into the muscles of the thigh, arm, or buttocks.
    • Subcutaneous Injection: The procedure involves using a needle and syringe to inject medication, hormones, or nutrients into the layer just below the skin.
    • Dermal Patches: Dermal Patches are attached to the skin and continuously release medications for absorption into the body.
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    Side Effects & Risks

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    • Abscess: There is also a chance of an abscess being formed following the procedure 
    • Skin Necrosis: In the case of extreme cellulitis, there can be obstruction of the blood vessels to the skin and this will cause necrosis.

    Some of the side effects that can appear after IV Therapy include:

    • Blood Vessel Damage: Due to the puncture of the vessel by the needle, there might be damage to the walls of the blood vessel.
    • Bleeding: There may be bleeding from the sight of the puncture after the procedure, especially if there are clotting issues.
    • Swelling: The area around the puncture site may have some swelling. It should resolve in a short time.
    • Pain and Bruising: Pain and/or bruising around the site of the puncture can appear.
    • Inflamed Vein: The vein used for the therapy can get inflamed, a condition called thrombophlebitis.
    • Allergic reaction: There can be allergic reactions to the medications delivered or the adhesive tape used to hold the tubing.
    • Cellulitis: Sometimes, there is cellulitis owing to the IV line being displaced and pouring into the spaces around the muscles.
    • Hematoma: There is a possibility of hematoma under the skin following the procedure.

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    IV Therapy FAQs

    What are the three main types of IV fluids?

    The three main types of IV fluids are isotonic solutions, hypotonic solutions, and hypertonic solutions. Isotonic solutions have the same concentration of dissolved particles as blood. Hypotonic solutions have a lower concentration, while hypertonic solutions have a higher concentration of dissolved particles.

    What is the most common type of IV therapy?

    The most commonly used IV therapy is crystalloids. It may be because of the massive use of normal saline and other crystalloids for managing dehydration in hospitals and healthcare centers.

    What is IV Therapy used for?

    IV therapy is used to deliver drugs, fluids, and nutrients directly into the bloodstream through a vein. It makes 100% delivery of the drug or nutrients to the tissues. It bypasses the digestive system and delivers the drugs or nutrients directly into the bloodstream.

    Does IV have side effects?

    Even though IV Therapy is considered safe, there may be some side effects, mostly due to the invasion of the skin by the needle and its effect. Some side effects are redness, bruising, pain, bleeding, swelling, Blood clots, abscesses, hematoma, and even skin Necrosis.

    How is IV therapy done?

    IV therapy is done by inserting a needle, attached to a cannula, into a suitable vein. The drip content is then delivered slowly into the body with 100% bioavailability.

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