Los Angeles, Nov 30, 2020 (Issuewire.com) Since the start of the COVID-19 crisis, health experts have spent a considerable amount contemplating hospital capacity. Patients in health care facilities received less attention until thousands of deaths revealed a significant risk for the elderly and those who care for them.
Much focus and many resources are applied to hospital facilities where home care services receive little attention. Over 5 million people in the U.S. currently receive paid home care. It becomes more apparent than now, not only must home care be readily available for older adults, and for those with serious health disabilities, but many people fighting COVID-19 receive it as well.
As we all witness the effects and stress COVID-19 is projecting in everyday life, one can only perceive the amplified effect it has on our health care system.
Even before COVID-19, there weren’t enough home care workers. There are thousands of people with COVID-19 who don’t and probably won’t require hospitalization but may need a home health solution. In larger populated cities like Los Angeles, CA who still witness large spikes in the pandemic vs. smaller populated areas in the U.S., proactive measures have been progressively taken to suppress the pandemic.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has ordered a curfew for all California counties in the purple tier amid climbing coronavirus cases. The curfew will affect 41 of the state’s 58 counties — and more than 94 percent of the state’s population.
With the current landscape of social distancing being a grim but apparent future, the idea and social perception of home healthcare amongst Los Angelenos have become more acceptable for those looking for relief from ailments such as hangovers, dehydration, nausea, migraines, colds, flu, and more.
In fact, more residents from counties such as Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, and San Bernadino have utilized mobile drip ivservices such as In Home Infusion, an in-home intravenous (iv) therapy service based in Los Angeles.
Specifically, a licensed and highly experienced registered nurse is assigned to your case to administer an iv drip after all consents are completed and received.
Los Angeles, Ventura, San Bernardino, and Orange County residents via Google claim:
“I felt spectacular after a hydration therapy and my nurse was professional and pleasant. I’m definitely going to use them again.” – Desmond Avery, 24, Los Angeles, CA
“Showing up 25 mins after an appointment is unheard of but these guys managed to pull it off. Not to mention the session was great and my nurse was a gem. Thanks for the excellent service!” – Pat Duvall, 31, Ventura, CA
“This is one of the most pleasurable experiences when it comes to in home health care. Thank you for really making an effort to provide the best customer service while having vast expertise on the therapies you’re administering. I highly recommend these folks and my nurse was amazing.” – Drew Lawerence, 42, Irvine, CA
“Thank you for hydrating me after a long nite of white claws. The headache is defeated and my nurse was such a delight!” – Gabriella Guzman, 29, Riverside, CA
Moreover, the trend of home care in the form of iv therapies has proven to be of significance leaving patients rejuvenated immediately after therapy sessions.
Hopefully, more focus and attention to these services will increase to benefit the public health concern and provide an open-source solution to professional health resources.
To learn more about iv drips, mobile iv services, and in-home infusions, or to book an appointment in Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange, or San Bernardino county visit here.
In Home Infusion
1342 W 95th St
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