Specialty infusion therapy refers to the administration of medication through a needle or catheter, typically, into a vein, although the term is also used to refer to intramuscular injections, subcutaneous injections (administered under the skin) and epidural routes (infused into the membrane surrounding the spinal cord).
What do infusion therapies treat?
Diseases and conditions treated with infusion therapy include:
Specialty infusion services and support
US Bioservices specialty pharmacy has more than 22 years of experience providing specialty infusion therapy to our patients. We dispense a wide range of specialty infusion therapy, including IV (intravenous) drugs, injectable medications administered by a physician, and self-administered infusion and injection medications.
Above and beyond the infusion medication, US Bioservices offers personalized clinical support, including:
- Self-infusion training
- In-home infusion nursing services
- 24/7 access to clinical support
Self-infusion training is available, depending upon therapy and physician’s orders. Our nurses offer step-by-step instruction with follow-up documentation. Caregiver training is also available.
For patients who receive in-home infusion, a high level of personalized care is provided by US Bioservices. Our nurses have administered thousands of treatments to patients in the comfort and convenience of their homes. All patients are carefully screened to determine if home administration is safe and appropriate for their individual needs. US Bioservices requires that the nurse remain with the patient throughout the infusion. Our nurses are trained in emergency response, including serious reactions or anaphylaxis.
Our pharmacists and nurses are always available to assist patients at (877) 261-6608.