IV Therapy and Healing Before and After Surgery
Healthier people heal faster and have better post-surgical results. A healthy individual is well nourished and consumes an adequate amount of daily micronutrients in the form of fruits and vegetables, as well as maintains a normal BMI. Unfortunately, many Americans are malnourished, overweight and battling diabetes or other health issues.
Insufficient nutrition can leave a surgical patient susceptible to serious complications. Patients who are overweight, have diabetes or other health problems are also at risk for delayed healing or infection of a wound. The introduction of optimal intravenous nutritional supplementation both before and after a surgical procedure can minimize a potentially negative impact the healing process for anyone suffering from insufficient nutrition.
The Role of IV Therapy After Surgery
IV Therapy is a medical procedure offered by NeuSpine Institute. A surgical patient who undergoes the procedure will have essential vitamins and nutrients introduced directly to his or her bloodstream intravenously. This medical procedure will allow optimum nutrient absorption and have a positive impact on the body.
The IV treatment dosage size and nutrients introduced will depend on the surgical patient and his or her nutritional needs, but an IV therapy treatment will typically be composed of a combination of:
- Amino acids
It is important to note that amino acids play an important role in building muscle in the body. This means IV introduction of amino acids can help muscles heal after surgery.
Increased nutrient dosage and improved absorption rates that can be achieved through intravenous therapy make it the ideal solution for perioperative wound care and healing.
IV therapy can be tailored to bolster and promote most organs in the body.
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IV nutritional therapy before and after surgery is the best way to ensure:
- Optimal nutrition
- Minimal swelling bruising, pain, scarring and infection