Here's how optimum infusion pharmacy diffusion sweets are set up to help you succeed with your treatment. We have infusion suites across the country with opening seven days a week, including evenings and weekends, you can set up a time that works with your schedule. We have private and semiprivate infusion spaces. Talk with your nurse about which you prefer before you arrive. When you arrive, ring the doorbell to let the staff members know you're there. Anyone who comes to an optimum infusion suite in by a staff member. Soon a nurse will take you back to the infusion chair for your treatment. We give you individual attention. In many cases, each patient in our infusion suite has their own nurse getting an infusion and can make you feel cold. We recommend that you bring a sweater or jacket just in case. But we'll give you a blanket if you need one too. As you get settled, your nurse may ask you some questions, How you're feeling that day and whether you've had infusions before. This helps your nurse understand how you've responded to infusions in the past. It also establishes your health history, whether you've had a recent infection. All these things are important to make sure your infusion goes smoothly. Before every infusion, we make sure it's safe for you to proceed. Your nurse will check your blood pressure and other vital signs as directed by your doctor. If they have any questions about the results, they'll call your doctor to talk about next steps where your nurse starts here. Infusion depends on your condition and treatment. A temporary intravenous catheter might be in your hand or arm or with a port or venous access device you already have in place. Once the IV has been inserted, the nurse will flush it with sailing to make sure it's clean. Then they'll set up your infusion. Not every infusion. Same amount of time. When you set up your appointment, the nurse will talk to you about how long you can expect your infusion to take, including any monitoring time afterward. This will help you know what to bring with you. During your infusion, the staff will make sure you're comfortable. The infusion cherish recline so you can have your feet raised if it's more comfortable. You can read a book or magazine, watch TV, or even taken out. Your nurse will check on you throughout the infusion. They may take your vital signs. Your treatment requires it. They'll also monitor how much time you have left and adjust the rate of your infusion if they need to. During your treatment, Tell your nurse if you don't feel well. When you're infusion is done, your nurse will disconnect the infusion line and make sure your infusion site is clean. If you had a peripheral intravenous catheter inserted, it will be removed. Now, once your infusion is complete, your nurse will talk with you about follow-up appointments. You'll learn about signs to look for after your infusion and when you might need to talk with your doctor or pharmacy, you can call us 24, 7 if you have any questions. That's all it takes to get an infusion from our expert staff in the controlled, comfortable environment of an optimum infusion suite. Visit our website to learn how to get started.