The Beaumont Health System Ambulatory Infusion Center offers ambulatory infusion services, such as chemotherapy; blood transfusions; biomodulaters; anti-emetic therapy; and antibiotic, antifungal or antiviral therapies, according to its website. Antibiotic therapy, enzyme replacement therapy and immunoglobulin are a few infusion services provided by the MemorialCare Health System Ambulatory Infusion Center.
Infusion therapy uses epidural, subcutaneous or intravenous methods to administer medications to patients, explains Beaumont Health System. Intravenous infusion delivers medicines to the bloodstream, while subcutaneous infusion provides them beneath the skin. The epidural route gives the medications in a region surrounding the spinal cord. Doctors typically order infusion therapies if certain medications are only available in an intravenous form or if patients cannot absorb all required oral medications due to a compromised gastrointestinal system.
The Beaumont Health System Ambulatory Infusion Center offers temporary and long-term infusion therapy to patients who likely do not need hospitalization, notes its website. A team of health care professionals monitor all patients and educate them about their respective therapy regimens. Other infusion services include iron therapy, hemophilia factors, growth hormones and intravenous steroids.
The MemorialCare Health System Ambulatory Infusion Center specializes in outpatient treatment for cancer patients, states its website. Nurses with a special certification in administering chemotherapeutic agents assist patients. The center provides autoimmune disease drug treatment, heart disease medication, blood transfusions, chemotherapy and other intravenous fluids.