Medical Devices Expanding the scope of Home infusion therapy


Expanding the scope of Home infusion therapy

What is infusion therapy?

Home infusion therapy involves intravenous or subcutaneous administration of drugs or biologics to an individual at home. The components needed to perform the infusion at home include drugs, equipment and supplies. Simplest terms, infusion therapy describes the process in which patients receive drugs via needles or syringes in the vein. Receiving this care at home rather than at a health facility or other care facility is a more cost-effective option and is referred to as home infusion therapy.

The Infusion method is used to treat chronic or serious infections that are not treated with antibiotics. Cancers and diverging pain caused by cancer, dehydration, diarrhea, vomiting and other complex diseases may be the causes of cancer.

Infusion Therapies Type:

  • Antiemetics
  • Nutritional Therapies
  • Chemotherapy
  • Hydration
  • Immune Globulin Therapy
  • Inotropic Therapies
  • IV antibiotics for infectious disease
  • Pain Management Therapies

Benefits of Home Infusion Therapy

At home, the patient will receive complete care for the treatment of the infusion as well as other nutritional requirements. A pharmacist team will be available to work with physicians to develop accurate treatment plans.

Moreover, with the inclusion of advanced technologies, infusion home care will prove to be useful for almost every patient. The infusion pump is present in the hospital for infusion therapy. In the case of a home, the same pump can still be used to deliver fluids to the patient's body. This is done in a controllable manner and is useful for pain medication.

IV push-infusion therapy, the syringe is connected to the access port of the primary tube. The medication is administered with the help of the port and the plunger of the syringe is slowly pressed.

Any secondary infusion associated with the primary tube is known as Secondary IV. Instead of using multiple catheters, this treatment can sometimes be beneficial.

Continuous infusion is used to correct electrolyte and fluid imbalances. It is the opposite of intermittent infusion when the patient requires medication at a specific time.

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Home Infusion Therapy: 6.5% CAGR

Projected Revenue: 9.1 billion from 2020 to 2027

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Conclusion:

Infusion therapy at home provides clinical patients with an extensive and creative range of health-care services in the comfort of their own homes. Relieving long and unnecessary hospital stays, home infusion team administers intravenous therapy and treatment in a safe and comfortable setting..


Published Date : May-2021