Intravenous Fluids Therapy or IVs
Our urgent care facility can administer intravenous fluids (IVs), typically to treat dehydration or provide antibiotic treatment for certain illnesses. The body needs fluids and electrolytes that might be lost in result of bleeding, excessive external fluids and other causes and these losses are usually from the GI or urinary tract.
So if you’re unable to take fluids orally and need IV fluids to fend off dehydration, or you’re suffering from a serious illness that must be treated with IV antibiotics, contact DuPage Immediate Care today so we can get you back to full health.
Whether you’re suffering from a migraine or hangover or just looking for a boost of energy or youth, IV therapy might be just the treatment you need. This minimally-invasive treatment has been used for years in the treatment of:
- Nutrient-absorption disorders
- And chronic fatigue syndrome
- As well as to provide an athletic, nutritional, beauty, energy, or immunity boost.
Our qualified staff mix a custom IV solution to address your needs, which may include needed fluids and a myriad of important, beneficial vitamins and minerals, like vitamin B, magnesium, and vitamin C. Delivering these vitamins and minerals intravenously bypasses the gastrointestinal tract, improving absorption and benefits over oral vitamins and medications.
Many clinics require you to schedule IV therapy well in advance, but fatigue and migraines can’t usually be predicted. DuPage Immediate Care answers the call by providing walk-in IV therapy Seven days a week, including weekends and holidays. Simply stop by our clinic for quick relief.
Electrocardiograms or EKGs Testing
Any type of chest pain or suspected heart issue should be taken extremely seriously, which is why our urgent care offer EKG tests to help analyze the heart’s electrical activity and better diagnose any potential health issues.
If your heart issue is a non-life threatening emergency, stop into DuPage Immediate Care today. We’ll get to the bottom of your chest pains, shortness of breath, dizziness or heart palpitations with our EKG testing in our urgent care center.
Please call 911 If you feel severe chest pain, Difficulty speaking, numbness, or weakness of any part of the body.