Thousands of people across the world are discovering that they can have freedom and normalcy in their life
even if they receive medication through IV ports with nursing support, or through self-infusion.
Contact our friendly staff to see if in-home service is right for you.
Infusion therapy is known as IV therapy — involves administering medications intravenously. This is done by inserting a needle or catheter directly into the patient's arm or a subcutaneous port; usually in the patient's chest. It allows for much more efficient treatment of acute and chronic illnesses since it delivers medicine, antibiotics, and/or hydration directly into the bloodstream versus oral medication therapy.
A compounded medication is a drug that is specifically mixed and prepared just for you, based on a prescription from your doctor. This may be because the exact dosage is not commercially available, an added flavor is needed to make it more palatable for children, or to adjust the medication from commercially available pill/capsule to liquid or topical because a patient can’t swallow.
Hemophilia is a rare disorder in which your blood doesn't clot normally because it lacks sufficient blood-clotting proteins (clotting factors). If you have hemophilia, you may bleed for a longer time after an injury than you would if your blood clotted normally. Our pharmacy provides medication and nursing services to assist you to care for your unique health needs for this disorder.
“I’m so happy I made the decision to try BioEthics. The support is great if I ever have any questions they are always answered in a timely manner and I’m checked on from time to time to see how I’m feeling and if I need anything. So happy with my results.”
“I owe so much to the staff at BioEthics. You are more than just another number, you are family, you are a living and breathing person, and someone who deserves the best care imaginable. If you are seeking any care from home, I would highly recommend this amazing team.”
“Hello My name is Langston Mcguire and I have suffered with Ulcerative colitis for three years now. After two years of trying different methods my Doctor decided to put me on Remicade infusions. I started treatments and was seeing major improvements quickly. My nurse was Debbie Werneke and she took the greatest care of me. She knew how to respond to anything that came up. She was very close to me and just brought peace of mind everytime that I would have to do an infusion. She is so very nice, she always brought water and cookies that were delicious. Debbie always encouraged me in many ways to stay healthy, and made sure I did what was needed for a successful infusion. She was gentle and very informative and did everything she could to make every infusion go as smooth as possible. I wouldn’t rather have anyone else as my nurse. Bioethics made all of this possible which is a major blessing, as well as making it enjoyable. I just want to say thank you so much to Bioethics and my awesome nurse Debbie!”