Cancer Infusion Therapy

Cancer Infusion Therapy

Cancer infusion therapy - If you undergo chemotherapy through an IV, the drug is sent to the bloodstream through a needle in the vein of your arm or central canal. You can also receive medication or supportive treatment (such as hydration) through an IV.

Infusion therapy involves administering intravenous drugs (with needle or catheter). At the AIS Adventist Health Cancer Center, we give chemotherapeutic drugs at our infusion center. We also use infusions to provide antibiotics, analgesics and other infusion treatments that you may need when you fight against cancer.

For many people with cancer, the infusion room becomes a very familiar place, because the promises usually reappear. When you choose the AIS Cancer Center, you will be surrounded by comfort during each consultation.

If you are a nature lover, you will enjoy our open rooms, which are covered by the natural light of the sun. You can chat with other people during treatment or let the scene take you away. If you prefer your privacy, we have a closed and quiet room.

Cancer Infusion Therapy

Cancer infusion therapy - No matter which room you choose, your nurse is just one arm away, if you need anything. Our infusion chairs are very comfortable for all body shapes and sizes. When you sit during treatment, you can use a complementary iPad to read, watch, listen to or play anything on the web. See also: Cold Virus Cancer Treatment.

While we provide infusion services for all kinds of medical conditions, many of our clients reach us who need chemotherapy. The infusion room is administered by highly trained nurses in the administration of chemotherapy, and we have the only community oncological pharmacist certified in the field that works in our pharmacy.

Our team will work with your oncologist in your chemotherapy plan. In most cases, your oncologist will immediately leave the infusion room, so that quick communication is very easy. When you choose the AIS Cancer Center, your entire team is in place, working for you.

Most infusion treatments are completed in 90 minutes. We know you're busy and there are other things to watch, so we respect your time. Our average waiting time is less than 15 minutes. All the medications we use are prepared on site as well, which saves you time.

Cancer infusion therapy - You can do laboratory tests on site and sit in a chair for treatment. If you need a quick and quick injection, your family can wait in our comfortable living room until your consultation is completed. Or they can go to room IV with you and talk to you during the treatment. That's your choice. Guests can visit the Gift Gallery for snacks and drinks. If you need transportation assistance, we can also arrange for you, so you can go home safely.