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  • Central intravenous catheter Open or Close

    Is an intravenous catheter or flexible narrow tube that is inserted into a large vein, commonly the veins near the heart. On many occasions, this kind of catheter is used to administer parenteral nutrition, chemotherapy or other prolonged intravenous therapies.

  • Chemotherapy Open or Close

    Chemotherapy is prescribed for the treatment of different kinds of cancer and is commonly administered intravenously. The hematologist-oncologist (doctor who specializes in cancer and blood disease) is the doctor who determines which chemotherapy regime  the patient needs and whether the patient may receive it in the comfort of his or her home.

  • Enteral nutrition Open or Close

    Enteral nutrition therapy is the medical term for feeding a patient through a tube or catheter inserted in the stomach or the small intestine. With the availability of enteral feeding pumps, a wide range of available enteral feeding formulas, and enteral supplements,  allowd us to provide nutrition for patients in the comfort of their home. While the patient receives enteral nutrition therapy with Advanced Infusion, the therapy is monitored for compliance by our nutritional committee composed of nutritionists, pharmacists, and nurses.  

  • Gastrointestinal system Open or Close

    The gastrointestinal system or GI tract consists of the mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach and intestines, where nutrients are absorbed by the body. Advanced specializes in the administration of food or nutrients by catheter or tube inserted in the stomach or small intestine.

  • Intravenous antibiotics Open or Close

    Intravenous antibiotic therapy or IV antibiotic therapy is a treatment that patients may receive in the comfort of their home without the need for hospitalization. This commonly is done when the patient is resistant, does not tolerate or does not comply with the administration of oral medication to treat the infection. Skin, bone, respiratory tract, and urinary tract infections are some of the infections that may be treated in the home with IV antibiotics. Advanced has a sophisticated team of pharmacists, nurses, and consulting physicians in infectology that provide the support needed by the physician and the persons caring for the patient. To learn more about home infusion therapy, visit the National Home Infusion Association website

  • Intravenous catheter (IV) Open or Close

    Is a kind of narrow and flexible short tube that is inserted into a vein to administer medications and other solutions directly into the blood stream.

  • Pain management Open or Close

    Pain management is the relief from or decrease of pain to a level of tolerance that is acceptable to the patient. In Advanced Infusion and Advanced Hospice we provide pain management therapy to patients with chronic pain and to terminally ill patients that may require palliative (symptom and pain free) care.

  • Parenteral nutrition Open or Close

    Parenteral nutrition is the administration of fluids containing nutrients (proteins, fats, sugar and other essential nutrients) through a catheter o intravenous line inserted in a large vein. This therapy is to provide daily nutritional support to patients with a poor or non functional digestive system that may require to be nourish for a long period of time – more than 7 days.  Also, maybe indicated to patients who are able to obtaining the daily nutritional requirements orally or by enteral feeding. The components of parenteral nutrition include: fluids, dextrose, amino acids, lipids, vitamins, minerals, trace elements, electrolytes, and on some occasions, medication.

  • Skin wound Open or Close

    This is a lesion that is produced on the body, which may be produced for many reasons, although generally due to blows or skin tears.

  • Skin Wounds and Ulcers Open or Close

    Consists of a cut, rupture or open skin where it can be deep or superficial. Falls, vehicle accidents, surgeries or accidents with objects or sharp tools are common causes of open wounds. Also, patients can develop skin ulcers due to an illness or medical condition. Advanced consists of wound and ulcer care specialist to establish an appropriate plan of care to promote wound healing. Source:

  • Wound care management Open or Close

    Wound care management involves the development of a comprehensive care plan that takes into account all of the factors that inhibit the healing of the patient's wound. Advanced promotes that the patient obtains the best results in the shortest possible time under the care of a team of health professionals who are experts in wound care. We capable to manage different types of wounds and ulcers with advanced resources, techniques, and technology to optimize healing and improve the patient's quality of life.

Advanced Home Health International


Advanced Home Health International



Physical address:
Carr. 869, Km 2.0, Calle 19, Solar 1-A
Palmas Industrial Park Cataño, P.R. 00962

Mailing Address: PMB 507 1353 Rd. 19 Guaynabo, PR 00966

Phone (787) 783-2245 Fax (787) 523-1178 / (787) 781-8384

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