Out-Patient Antibiotics Therapy
- Antibiotic Therapy (Cubicin, Invanz, Ceftriaxone,) Wound care- especially if Antibiotics are simultaneously.
- Protocols, to treat most cases in different types of patients, are available.
Bone Loss Agents
- Reclast and Prolia for Osteoporosis
- Zometa for bone cancer and Multiple Myeloma
- Remicade (for Rheumatoid Arthritis and Crohn’s disease).
- Orencia (for Rheumatoid Arthritis)
- Rituxan (for Rheumatoid Arthritis)
- Entyvio (for Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis
Iron Replacement Therapy
- Iron Replacement Therapy for patients who have iron deficiency anemia, with serum iron saturation less than 20%, who failed oral therapy or were intolerant to oral therapy.
- Total number of sessions will be determined based on several factors (severity of anemia, age, weight, blood tests, etc.)
Hydration and Electrolytes Therapy
- Electrolytes Replacement Therapy (Potassium and Magnesium) for patients who fail oral replacement or require large doses.
- Hydration Therapy (up to 8 hours a day) for any reason if patient does not need admission to a hospital.
Volume Overload Therapy
- IV diuretics (including Lasix drip /IV push)
- For patients with Chronic Renal insufficiency, and Congestive Heart Failure
- May be used in conjunction with therapies for various indications (Zantac, Phenergan, Zofran, etc.).
- Hydration and Electrolytes Replacement Therapy may be needed in the same session.
Acute Pain Management
- IV pain medicines may be used in certain cases after careful check of the indication, and patient compliance profile, for a short period of time.
- For patients who need long term pain management, a formal referral to a pain specialist should be done.
- IV or SQ Insulin for mild to moderate cases of Hyperglycemia or DKA in patients who do not need admission to a hospital.
- Hydration and Electrolytes Therapy will be part of the treatment guidelines.
- Immune Globulin Therapy is indicated in many diseases.
- Because of limited access to IV IG, and strict guidelines from many insurance companies, a case-by-case discussion with the clinic director will ensure proper use of the drug.
- TPN (Total Parenteral Nutrition) for ambulatory patients, for short term (a few weeks) or long term (a few months).
- The advantage of doing TPN in office is the availability of physicians and nurses all the time to watch patient closely, and add anti-emetics, anti-allergic reactions, etc. when needed. Also the availability of a lab will make all services done in one session.
- Steroid Therapy (Decadrone or Solumedrol) may be administered for neurological or pulmonary cases, or other indications, in high or low doses.
- It can be added to other drugs as a part of a protocol, or given alone.
- Chemotherapeutic agents may be administered in our clinic for non-malignant and malignant indications.
- Careful check of the indication, and formal education of possible side effects, are required by the referring physician.
- A prescription medicine used to treat adults with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis (MS) to slow the worsening of symptoms common in people with MS and to decrease the number of flare-ups (relapses).
- We offer a comfortable environment for patients and their families. Comfortable private rooms, recliners, in office laboratory for your convenience.
- A prescription medicine used to treat adults with primary progressive forms of multiple sclerosis. (PPMS)
- IV infusion you receive once every 6 months