> ACHC accredited for Home Infusion & Speciality Medication
> Established written policy and policies for the safety of all services
> USP 797 compliant sterile products compounding facility
> Pharmacists and staff are highly proficient in infusion services
> 24-hour access to pharmacists
> Patient monitoring for safety and efficacy
> Infusion medications, supplies and pumps to meet all clinical requirements
> Patient education and medication adverse effect counseling
> Communication and follow-up with the physician
> Dispensing of specialty pharmaceuticals
Home Infusion Therapy is a safe and cost-effective alternative to placement in a nursing home, or an extended hospital stay. Patient may maintain their normal daily activities; all while being serviced in the comfort of their own home.
> Intravenous immune globulin (IVIG)
> Pain management
> Parenteral nutrition
TPN goal is to treat or prevent malnutrition. TPN typically used for people whose digestive systems either cannot absorb or cannot tolerate adequate food eaten by mouth.
> Sugar and carbohydrates (for energy)
> Proteins (for muscle strength)
> Lipids (fat)
> Electrolytes (sodium, potassium, chloride, phosphate, calcium, and magnesium)
> Trace elements (zinc, copper, manganese, and chromium)
IDPN improves patient’s nutritional condition and overall health. Each IDPN patient is different and may find improvement in body weight, energy levels, leaner muscle mass, strength, appetite and in the capacity to fight infection. The IDPN solution has no taste or smell and is given at the same time as the dialysis treatment.
Special storage, handling, and/or administration requirements
The drugs have a FDA Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) in place since it requires training, certifications, or other requirements that must be met in order for the drug to be administered.
Availability through exclusive, restricted, or limited distribution
Growth Hormone Disorders
Sterile compounding medications carry a high risk of infection or other medical problems, so they are compounded according to sterile rules and regulations. These medications can be directly injected into the patient or can be inserted into their eye.
Non-Sterile compounding medications are safe and performed in a closely monitored environment using very strict rules and professional guidelines. They are prepared in a form of a pill to swallow, applied as a topical treatment to the skin or inserted under the skin.
17000 Executive Plaza Dr Ste 201 Dearborn, MI 48126-2793
+1313 982 3220
Executive Infusion is dedicated to working with providers to service home infusion patients. Working with patients and their caregivers to deliver personalized care.Working with physicians to guide their patients in their treatment.
Fax: (313) 982-3221
After hours:+1(313) 690-6606
Toll Free:(844) Need4IV
Accreditation by Accreditation Commission for Health Care reflects an organization’s dedication and commitment to meeting standards that facilitate a higher level of performance and patient care. Through this accreditation, we are confident that our home infusion pharmacy patients will remain within our carefully coordinated circle of care