Infusion Therapy (IV Infusion) in Northwest Arkansas

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Infusion therapy (or IV infusion) is a treatment method that injects medication directly into a patient's veins. It is also referred to as intravenous or IV administration. Infusion, intravenous, or injectable treatments are typically used if pill/oral medications are insufficient, inappropriate, or unavailable. Many of the latest medications are biologic (made or derived from living cells) and cannot be taken orally, like a pill, as they will not remain effective following exposure to the gastrointestinal tract. Biologic medications are frequently used to treat inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), which include Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, as well as other autoimmune disorders. The physicians at GI Alliance of Arkansas are specially trained to treat digestive health problems using IV infusion and other methods. If you are in need of IV therapy in Arkansas, request a consultation with one of our local providers.

Together with your physician, GI Alliance of Arkansas IV infusion centers offer a suite of digestive health services. Our locations employ specialized gastrointestinal nurses who focus on gastrointestinal disease management and infusion therapy and treatment, working alongside onsite physicians to offer you optimal care. Our centers all offer outpatient IV infusion-focused and offer flexible appointment times. In addition, GI Alliance of Arkansas is dedicated to the highest level of safety, patient experience, and quality at all of our intravenous infusion centers.

The below-listed drug treatments are accessible to patients through infusion therapy:

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

Follow these steps to prepare for your IV therapy at one of our Arkansas infusion centers:

  • Bring a list of current medications
  • Some individuals may require premedication
  • Dress in layers
  • Consume plenty of water
  • Wear comfortable clothes

To hear more about what else you can expect throughout your visit, please review infusion therapy with your GI Alliance of Arkansas provider.

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If you or a family member are living with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, or any other disorder that requires intravenous medication, trust in the experts at GI Alliance of Arkansas to provide the highest level of patient-centered care. Our gastroenterologists specialize in gastrointestinal diseases and the treatments implemented to address such issues, like infusion therapy. For more information about our infusion therapy suites in Arkansas, and the amenities provided, please call a GI Alliance of Arkansas location in your community.

The staff was efficient, but friendly. The anesthesiologist spoke to me before the procedure. He was informative and reassuring. Dr. Moore was also informative, efficient and professional. I felt safe. After the procedure Dr. Moore explained the results, asked me if I had questions (important) and explained the next step.

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