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Anti-inflammatory - recovery - replenish

Post- OP

POST-OP


Did you undergo surgery? Our "Post-Op" IV drip is specifically formulated to help reduce inflammation and water retention post surgery. Leading to a faster and more comfortable recovery.


What are the benefits?

Every day, we lose essential vitamins, minerals and electrolytes just through urine, saliva and sweat. It can be hard to replenish these just through diet and drinking water, especially in the warmer summer months.

Duration

45 minutes to an hour. Indulge in the soothing experience of our IV drips, crafted to rejuvenate your body and mind post -op. Immerse yourself in pure relaxation while our expert staff attends to your needs.


Wondering about side effects?


​Security is important. It is useful to know the possible side effects.
IV drops can cause side effects. Rarely reported side effects include the following: (Please note that these side effects are rare and tend to disappear after stopping intravenous therapy.

Irritation of the vein, secondary to the effects of the infusate on the circulatory system.
Lower blood pressure
Lower blood sugar level
Muscle cramps or weakness.
Arm pain at the infusion site
Upset Stomach
Skin rash

  • Other important information:
    Before any IV hydration drip is administered. You will be asked a series of health questions to ensure that you meet the requirements for our hydration therapy.
    An intravenous infusion can temporarily restore hydration and energy. Individual results may vary. And that's not for everyone. Here are some other things you should know. Do not do infusion therapy if you: are taking medicines called nitrates, often prescribed for chest pain, or guanylate cyclase stimulators like Adempas (riociguat) for pulmonary hypertension . Your blood pressure could drop to a dangerous level. If you suffer from kidney disease. If you are allergic to any of the ingredients in our intravenous drops.

FAQ

At MD Santé, it is important to us that our patients are well-informed about IV Therapy before beginning infusion.

Potential side effects of IV therapy, although rare, can be managed with proper care and attention. It's important to note that bruising is a common side effect that may occur at the insertion site. However, these bruises are generally harmless and resolve on their own over time. Infection at the insertion site is possible, but this risk is greatly reduced when sterile techniques are followed diligently. Occasionally, there might be some inflammation of the vein (phlebitis), resulting in mild pain, redness, or swelling at the infusion site. Allergic reactions to medications or substances administered through IV therapy can occur, but they are usually mild and treatable, such as hives or itching. Severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) are extremely rare. By following proper protocols, adhering to sterile techniques, closely monitoring the process, and tailoring the treatment to each individual's needs, healthcare providers can help minimize side effects and ensure your safety."

What Are The Side Effects?

Preparing for a vitamin IV (intravenous) infusion involves a few key steps to ensure a safe and effective experience. Be Hydrated: Adequate hydration is essential for the success of an IV infusion. Drink plenty of water leading up to the appointment to ensure your body is well-hydrated. Avoid excessive caffeine and alcohol, as they can dehydrate you. Dress Comfortably: Wear loose-fitting and comfortable clothing that allows easy access to your arms. Also, consider bringing a hoodie, jacket or sweater in case you feel cold during the procedure. Eat a Light Meal: Have a light meal or snack before the infusion to maintain your blood sugar levels and prevent lightheadedness during the procedure. Arrive on Time and Relax: Arrive at the appointment on time or a few minutes early. Use this time to relax and mentally prepare yourself for the infusion. Bring a book, listen to calming music, or engage in any other activity that helps you relax during the procedure.

How Do I Prepare?

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