IV Drip Therapy

[ eye-vee drip theh-ruh-pee ]

IV drip therapy, also known as intravenous therapy, is a medical treatment that involves administering fluids, vitamins, minerals, and medications directly into a patient's bloodstream through a needle inserted into a vein. This treatment method bypasses the digestive system, allowing for quick and efficient delivery of nutrients and medication to the body. IV drip therapy is commonly used to rehydrate patients who are dehydrated or to deliver medication that cannot be taken orally. It is also used in some cases to deliver high doses of vitamins and minerals for various health benefits, such as immune system support, improved energy levels, and skin rejuvenation. IV drip therapy should always be administered by a trained medical professional in a clinical setting.