Infusion Therapy (IV Infusion) in Tulsa, OK

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“Infusion” or “infusion therapy” is the administration of medications and/or fluids directly into the vein of a patient. This process is also known as intravenous or IV infusion therapy. Infusion, intravenous, or injectable approaches to medication administration are typically used when pill/oral medications are insufficient, inappropriate, or unavailable. Many of the latest medications are made from living cells (biologic) and cannot be taken via the mouth, as they will not remain effective after exposure to the digestive tract. Biologic medications are often used to address inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), such as Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, and other autoimmune disorders. If you or a loved one are seeking infusion therapy in Tulsa, OK, request a consultation at an Adult Gastroenterology Associates location near you.

Adult Gastroenterology Associates infusion centers provide comprehensive digestive care in conjunction with your provider. We employ specialized GI nurses with a focus on gastrointestinal disease management and IV infusion therapy to work alongside onsite GI specialists to provide you with optimal care. All of our centers offer outpatient intravenous infusion and flexible appointment times for your convenience. Moreover, Adult Gastroenterology Associates is committed to the highest standard of patient experience, quality, and safety at all of our intravenous infusion centers.

The medications administered to you during your treatment will depend on the patient's specific needs. The medications listed below can be provided to patients through IV infusion therapy:

  • REMICADE®
  • STELARA®
  • Iron products
  • ENTYVIO®
  • Infliximab biosimilars – INFLECTRA®, RENFLEXIS®, AVSOLA®

During your consultation, our team will discuss what you will need to do to prepare for your therapy. Below are tips to help you prepare for your IV infusion therapy at one of our Tulsa, OK centers:

  • Some individuals may require premedication
  • Bring a list of the medications you currently take
  • Wear comfortable clothes
  • Wear clothing with layers
  • Drink plenty of water

To learn more about what to expect during your visit, inquire about infusion therapy with your Adult Gastroenterology Associates provider.

If you or a member of your family suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, or any other disorder that requires you to receive medication through an IV, then you can rely on the specialists at an Adult Gastroenterology Associates near you to offer the highest level of patient-centered care. Our gastroenterology providers specialize in GI conditions and the treatments utilized to manage such issues, like IV infusion therapy. To learn additional information about our infusion therapy centers in Tulsa, OK, and the amenities offered, please contact an Adult Gastroenterology Associates location in your community.

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