Medications Infusion Associates
Current Medications We Administer. At Infusion Associates, we can provide intravenous treatment for GI tract issues, lupus, gout, arthritis, Ankylosis Spondylitis, Dermatomyositis, psoriasis, Pemphigus Vulgaris, Hyperemesis, Urticaria, opioid or alcohol dependence, and …
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ENTYVIO® (Vedolizumab) Infusion Treatment Infusion
(8 days ago) ENTYVIO® is a prescription infusion medication used to treat adults with moderate to severe ulcerative colitis and moderate to severe Crohn’s disease when traditional medications have not yielded results or cannot be tolerated by the patient. Infusions should be administered for approximately 30 minutes. Repeat treatments at two and six
STELARA® (Ustekinumab) Infusion Infusion Associates
(8 days ago) STELARA® Important Safety Information. STELARA® (ustekinumab) is a prescription medicine that affects your immune system. Before starting STELARA®, you should tell your doctor if you think you have an infection, are being treated for an infection, are receptive to infections, have tuberculosis (TB) or been in close contact with someone with TB, or have symptoms of an infection, including:
RITUXAN® (Rituximab) Infusion Treatment Infusion Associates
(8 days ago) RITUXAN® RITUXAN® (rituximab) is a prescription infusion medication used to treat several medical conditions in adult patients. These conditions include non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL), chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), pemphigus Vulgaris (PV), granulomatosis with polyangiitis (GP), and microscopic polyangiitis (MPA). Important Safety Information Prior to starting
Infusion Therapy Treatment for Arthritis Infusion Associates
(8 days ago) Infusion therapy for arthritis is an alternative for patients for whom traditional oral medications have failed to provide relief. It’s also a viable option for individuals who may have an underlying medical condition that makes swallowing uncomfortable, painful, or impossible. In addition, since the medication is injected via IV, it hits
Infusion Therapy for Osteoporosis Infusion Associates
(1 days ago) Side Effects of Infusion Therapy for Osteoporosis. As with any prescription medication, infusion therapy for osteoporosis may carry a risk of side effects — mostly similar to those of the flu, such as feeling tired, muscle aches, fever, chills, and diarrhea. Additional risks …
TEPEZZA (Teprotumumab-trbw) Infusion Treatment Infusion
(8 days ago) TEPEZZA is a prescription infusion medication to treat thyroid eye disease. The recommended dosage is 10 mg/kg for the initial infusion treatment, followed by 20 mg/kg every three weeks for an additional seven infusions. The first two infusions should be administered for 90 minutes. Subsequent infusions could vary between 60 and 90 minutes
Infusion Therapy Treatment for Ulcerative Colitis
(7 days ago) The medicine is administered from an infusion pump that uses gravity to distribute the medicine down a catheter into a syringe. The syringe is inserted into your veins and secured with medical tape. Most appointments are quick — lasting anywhere from 30 minutes to one hour.
Infusion Therapy for Crohn's Disease Infusion Associates
(3 days ago) Intravenous (IV) therapy delivers medication — typically Remicade (infliximab), Cimzia, Entyvio, or Stelara directly into your bloodstream. This decreases inflammation of the bowels, as well as alleviates Crohn’s disease symptoms. It’s typically prescribed for patients with moderate to severe Crohn’s disease who haven’t obtained
OCREVUS (Ocrelizumab) Infusion Treatment Infusion Associates
(8 days ago) OCREVUS Important Safety Information. OCREVUS is a prescription medicine that treats relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis (MS) — including clinically isolated syndrome, relapsing-remitting disease, and active secondary progressive disease — and primary progressive MS in adults.
Infusion Therapy Treatment for Lupus Infusion Associates
(4 days ago) Also called IV therapy, infusion therapy is quick to distribute the medicine — with treatments lasting anywhere from 25 minutes to several hours. What to Expect When you are referred to an infusion facility — like Infusion Associates — by your doctor, infusion therapy is an ideal way to relieve symptoms and treat chronic conditions like
Infusion Therapy Services Infusion Associates
(8 days ago) Infusion Therapy. There are many chronic illnesses that make it impractical –and sometimes impossible— to take medications orally. This is when infusion therapy – medication administered intravenously – can be life enhancing. This type of treatment is meant for conditions, such as dehydration, gastrointestinal diseases, autoimmune
VYEPTI™: Infusion Therapy for Migraines Infusion Associates
(9 days ago) Specifically for migraines, there’s an FDA-approved infusion medication called VYEPTI™. In clinical trials, it reduced migraines in 75% of patients treated — and prevented them from coming back in more than a month. Each infusion therapy lasts approximately half an …
Prolia (Denosumab) Infusion Infusion Associates
(7 days ago) Prolia® is a prescription medicine used to increase bone mass in men with osteoporosis who are at high risk for fracture. Prolia® is a prescription medicine used to treat osteoporosis in men and women who will be taking corticosteroid medicines (such as prednisone) for at …
Ferrlecit (Ferric Gluconate): Iron Infusion Treatment
(Just Now) Ferrlecit Important Safety Information. Ferrlecit (ferric gluconate) is a prescription infusion medication used to treat iron deficiency anemia in adult patients, as well as pediatric patients who are six years of age and older. If you receive regular blood transfusions or are pregnant or breastfeeding, please contact your doctor before taking Ferrlecit.
Kidney Infusion Treatments Infusion Associates
(6 days ago) Kidney Treatments. Infusion therapy for kidney disease, including autoimmune conditions such as vasculitis of the kidney, anti-rejection drugs for kidney transplant, inflammatory diseases and associated anemia of chronic kidney disease. This, in turn, lowers the risk of …
IVIg: Infusion Therapy for Myasthenia Gravis (MG
(5 days ago) Myasthenia gravis (MG) is a condition that causes muscle weakness and fatigue. Although the patient can experience relief while resting, symptoms worsen as years go by, affecting the ability to move the arms and/or legs. In more severe cases, it can also affect a person’s ability to speak, chew, swallow, and breathe. The condition has no cure.
Radicava: Infusion Therapy for ALS Infusion Associates
(5 days ago) Radicava is one of only four medications approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat ALS. It’s effective because it slows down the loss of physical function. Since amyotrophic lateral sclerosis progresses so rapidly, starting treatment as soon as possible is crucial to slow its advancement. The medication is only available for
IV Vitamin Infusion Therapy Infusion Associates
(Just Now) The duration of IV vitamin therapy will vary based on the patient’s needs, but in general you can expect it to last somewhere between 60-90 minutes. When you arrive at Infusion Associates, one of our experienced medical professionals will discuss with you all of the details of your therapy and answer any questions you may have. Then our staff
Infusion Therapy Guide for Patients Infusion Associates
(4 days ago) Infusion therapy — also known as IV therapy — involves administering medications intravenously. This is done by injecting a needle directly into the patient’s arm. It allows for much more efficient treatment of chronic illnesses since it delivers medicine, antibiotics, and/or hydration directly into the bloodstream.
Infusion Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) Infusion
(2 days ago) The medication will be administered by injecting a needle attached to a small tube. This tube is connected to an IV bag with the solution. Once attached to your arm, the solution will slowly drip into your vein. Each session can take several hours. However, at Infusion Associates, our staff is fully dedicated to making sure the experience is as
Everything You Need to Know About Infusion Therapy
(6 days ago) Also known as IV or intravenous therapy, infusion therapy makes it possible to receive treatments that are not available in oral or pill form. Instead, the medicine is administered using an infusion pump and IV catheter to drip fluids directly into your veins. The process is relatively painless and quick when completed at an outpatient center
Infusion Therapy for Chronic Gout Infusion Associates
(3 days ago) Infusion therapy involves inserting an IV line into a vein in your arm to administer medications. It can be taken to treat symptoms of a current gout attack as well as reduce the risk of future flareups and/or complications — such as developing tophus. When you take medication orally, you have to wait for it to go through your digestive tract
BONIVA (Ibandronate) Infusion Treatment Infusion Associates
(7 days ago) BONIVA is used to treat and prevent osteoporosis in postmenopausal women. It is administered intravenously approximately every three months. Doing so may help reduce bone loss for up to five years. Whether to continue with infusion therapy after five years …
Infusion Therapy Treatment for Giant Cell Arteritis
(9 days ago) Giant cell arteritis (GCA) is an inflammatory condition that affects the blood vessels. It is the most prevalent vascular disorder among people over 50 years old, with an average onset age of 72. It can cause pain in the head, joints, face, and arms, and can even lead to vision impairment and blindness. Inflammation due to GCA constricts and
Infusion Therapy Treatment for C. Diff. Infection
(5 days ago) Vancomycin is perhaps the most common treatment for C. diff. infection and is currently the recommended first-line medication for severe cases. It is an antibiotic medication particularly suited for treating infections in the gastrointestinal system. When used for C diff, Vancomycin must be given by mouth and not by IV.
Rituximab: Infusion Therapy for Kidney Disease Infusion
(7 days ago) Rituximab is a medication approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat several types of medical conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis, Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and chronic kidney disease. It reduces the number of white blood cells called B lymphocytes — which are responsible for creating antibodies that cause kidneys to
Infusion Therapy Treatment for Paget's Disease Infusion
(1 days ago) Infusion Therapy Treatment for Paget’s Disease. When a person’s bones are healthy, they gradually replace old bone tissue. Doing so maintains adequate calcium levels, as well as preserves bone density. The entire process occurs gradually, completely regenerating …
Injection Therapy Treatment for Hives Infusion Associates
(5 days ago) Injection therapy for chronic hives works by injecting man-made antibodies into the patient’s bloodstream that bind to the IgE antibody and neutralize it. In about 20% of patients, no further treatment is necessary after the first dose, whereas the other 80% generally experience remission after five doses.
Eli Lilly Study for Crohn's Disease Infusion Associates
(4 days ago) The VIVID-1 Study for Crohn’s Disease is a phase 3 study of an investigational medicine for adults between the ages of 18-80 with moderate to severely active Crohn’s disease. The trial will last for about a year, with 17-19 appointments. Participants will be randomized into three study groups with a 6:3:2 ratio.
Soliris: Infusion Therapy for aHUS Infusion Associates
(5 days ago) Infusion therapy involves inserting an IV line into a vein in your arm to administer the medicine. When a person takes an oral medication, they have to wait for it to be digested before they obtain any relief. But, since infusion therapy is inserted directly to the vein, it reaches the …
Foot and Ankle Infusion Therapy Treatments Infusion
(Just Now) Foot and Ankle Treatments. Infusion treatments can help reduce pain, swelling, and stiffness in the feet and ankles when oral medications have failed to provide relief. It’s a safe and effective alternative for patients suffering from gout, joint infections and rheumatoid arthritis (RA), as well as those with tarsal tunnel syndrome or tendonitis.
Infusion Therapy for Psoriatic Arthritis Infusion Associates
(8 days ago) Infusion therapy occurs when a medical provider administers medication through an intravenous (IV) line, directly into your bloodstream. It’s an ideal alternative for patients who, due to an underlying illness, are not able to take medication orally. It’s also a more effective form of treatment for patients for whom oral medications have
Infusion Therapy Treatment for Primary Immunodeficiency
(3 days ago) The term primary immunodeficiency — or primary immune disorder — refers to when a person is born with a weakened immune system. This type of immunodeficiency can range from mild to severe. In the former cases, it can go undetected for years. In the most severe cases, a doctor is able to diagnose it while a baby is still a newborn.
Intravenous Immunoglobulin (IVIG) Infusion Infusion
(5 days ago) IVIG — intravenous immunoglobulin — are made from pooled immunoglobulins from the plasma of healthy donors. However, it is purified, significantly reducing the likelihood of contracting a blood-borne infection. As opposed to other forms of medications, it does not increase the risk of infection. It is also considered safe to use during
Reclast (Zoledronic Acid) Infusion Treatment Infusion
(8 days ago) Reclast Dosage Information. A single dose of Reclast is a 5mg/100mL solution of Zoledronic acid, which is administered intravenously via infusion. IV infusions of Reclast take 30 minutes to complete. For treatment of osteoporosis, patients receive one 5mg dose per year. For all treatments, supplementation with calcium and Vitamin D is generally
Biological Therapy Treatment for Psoriasis Infusion
(7 days ago) Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune disorder that results in redness, inflammation, and the appearance of scales on your skin. These patches appear most commonly on elbows, knees, face, scalp, and feet. The condition cycles through flareups and remission. When the condition is severe, it causes swollen, dry, cracked, itchy skin.
IVIG: Infusion Therapy After Kidney Transplant Infusion
(7 days ago) Infusion therapy after a kidney transplant involves taking a medication known as IVIG — which stands for intravenous immunoglobulin. It works by reducing HLA sensitivity, as well as blocking their ability to attack the new kidney. As opposed to other types of immunosuppressants, IVIg doesn’t suppress the …
Infusion Therapy Treatment for Pemphigus Vulgaris
(7 days ago) Since pemphigus vulgaris makes it difficult — and sometimes impossible to swallow oral pills, infusion therapy provides a viable solution. The medication is administered through an IV, which drips slowly into the patient’s arm. And, because it reaches the bloodstream immediately, you can begin experiencing relief from symptoms at a faster
Biological Therapy Treatment for Lupus Infusion Associates
(3 days ago) Biological therapy treatment is an infusion therapy treatment — and so it works similarly. The drug is administered via an IV is inserted into your arm. The medication slowly drips through the tube and directly into your bloodstream. How long your treatment takes depends on the type of medication administered.
Dr. Juliana Grey, M.D. Infusion Associates
(3 days ago) Dr. Grey has been with Infusion Associates since 2018 as the staff physician at our Grandville location. She received her Doctor of Medicine degree from Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine and completed her Residency in Internal Medicine at Blodgett Memorial Medical Center – St. Mary’s Health Center.
Dr. Jason Raasch Infusion Associates
(3 days ago) Dr. Jason Raasch, M.D., graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan, in 2001. He went on to complete his residency training in Pediatrics at the University of South Florida in 2005 and graduated from the Allergy and Immunology Fellowship Program at …
IV Therapy Treatment for UTIs Infusion Associates
(8 days ago) Side Effects from Infusion Therapy for Urinary Tract Infections. As with any medication, side effects are possible from infusion therapy for urinary tract infections. Although rare, these may include an upset stomach, nausea, heartburn, diarrhea, vaginal yeast infection, or an allergic reaction — especially at the site where the IV is
Careers Infusion Associates
(5 days ago) If you’re a Doctor of Medicine (MD), Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse, have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), are a Certified Medical Assistant, a Certified Pharmacy Technician, or have experience working in a medical office, we’d love to hear from you! Contact us using the form below, and a representative will reach out to you soon.
Dr. Khan Nedd, M.D. Infusion Associates
(Just Now) Dr. Khan Nedd. Dr. Nedd is a native-born islander from Grenada who founded Infusion Associates in 2001. He’s responsible for all clinical and quality activity. He’s also devoted to building a strong work community with a passion for addressing healthcare disparities, as well as extensive work on the issue of healthcare diversity through