IV Infusion Therapy

IV Infusion Therapy

If you require IV infusion treatment, you can receive it at your convenience with us. Our doctors and nurses can provide the necessary support for you to have your treatment at home.

What is IV Infusion Therapy?

Intravenous (IV) infusion is a medical procedure that can help provide your body with fluids, medicine, nutrients, minerals or other solutions it may need. With IV infusion, the fluids that are inserted go directly into your bloodstream through your veins. This ensures that your body rapidly absorbs and receives the treatment it needs.

Jaga-Me IV Infusion Therapy at Home

If you are ill and require IV Infusion Therapy on a short-term or on a regular basis, it’s worth considering the possibility of having this administered at the comfort of your home.

With the intravenous line insertion and the medication or drip inserted with care by our well trained healthcare professionals, you can avoid the inconvenience and potential exposure to viruses that can occur during visits to the hospital. Opting for IV Infusion at home provides a more convenient and safer alternative.

Please note that Jaga-Me is unable to administer IV for aesthetic or non-evidence based purposes, such as vitamin infusions.

Common Conditions Treated with IV Infusion Therapy at Home


Getting antibiotics through IV Infusion Therapy at Home can help treat serious infections without needing to stay in the hospital.

Severe UTI Infections

A Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) is a bacterial infection that affects the urinary track system. UTIs can occur in individuals of any gender but are more prevalent among females due to anatomical factors. Patients with indwelling urinary catheters are also more prone to UTI too.

Cellulitis, Open Wound Infection

Cellulitis is a bacterial skin infection marked by redness, swelling, and sensitivity, often resulting from skin breaks like cuts or wounds that allow bacteria to go deeper. Factors like diabetes mellitus causing neuro-vascular compromise especially in lower limbs, sports injuries, skin conditions, tattoos, piercings, and open wounds contribute to the risk of cellulitis.


Pneumonia is a lung infection that inflames the air sacs in one or both lungs, filling them with fluid or pus. This can cause symptoms like coughing, difficulty breathing, fever, and chest pain. Persons with compromised immune response or swallowing impairment are at risk of getting chest infection.


Rhabdomyolysis is a condition characterized by the swift breakdown of muscle tissue, releasing detrimental proteins that have the potential to harm the kidneys. Intense activities such as spinning exercise can trigger this condition if the person has not been doing such vigorous exercise before. Significant muscle breakdown can occur during the vigorous exercise. If rhabdomyolysis occurs, IV infusion fluid therapy can aid patients in their recovery by ensuring proper hydration and flush the muscle breakdown proteins out of the body system better.

Chronic Conditions

Patients with ongoing health problems such as immune disorders, stomach diseases, or heart failure may require regular IV Infusion Therapy.

Crohn’s Disease

Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory bowel condition affecting the digestive tract, particularly the small intestine. It leads to recurring inflammation, causing symptoms like abdominal pain, diarrhoea, and fatigue. Treatment for Crohn’s disease involves medications, lifestyle adjustments, and sometimes IV Infusion Therapy to manage inflammation and symptoms.

Staying Hydrated and Nourished

Individuals who have trouble with dehydration (e.g. bad diarrhoea), or are not getting enough nutrients (e.g. from vomiting or poor oral intake), can get fluids and nutrients through IV Infusion Therapy.

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