Better Standards, Better Care, Better Outcomes


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IV Therapy at Home in Dubai


During your hospital stay, Antibiotics may be started intravenously and once therapeutic levels have been attained and measure to fight the infection. It is common for patients to be discharged home with IV therapy prescriptions. Enayati Home Nursing Dubai team will come to the hospital and gather the prescriptions and doctor orders and schedule the therapies to maintain the therapeutic level. Sometimes the doctor at the hospital will order for blood lab investigations once a week to test the efficacy of the treatment. Enayati Home Nursing Infusion Team can take lab tests at home as well if needed and communicate with the hospital doctors the results.

Peripheral Inserted Central Catheter Line (PICC)

IV Therapy service in Dubai may require long term catheters to be inserted by the physician while in the hospital, called a PICC (Peripheral Inserted Central Catheter) line, and or a Porta Catheter, for patients on extended therapies. Our Infusion Teams come from various disciplines, Dialysis, Oncology and Critical Care and accessing Central Catheters is a competency that we keep up to date.

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Our infusion teams deliver wellness treatment services as well to boost immunity and give the extra anti-stress. Favorite cocktail nutrient include immunity boost, detoxification, skin brightening, vitamin c and many other drips at home. CLICK FOR IV DRIP MENU: IV Drip Dubai

Specialized Team

Normal peripheral access required to be changed every 3 days. They are sometimes difficult to acquire in the community especially for patients with poor circulation, frequent IV access. Enayati Home Nursing team complete the most difficult IV cannulation using technologies.

Enayati Home Nursing patient safety goal is to minimize infection and follow strict standards and guidelines in the management of central and peripheral IV catheters. Every introduction of a catheter into a patient introduces risk. Following best practices and standards will minimize those risks. Ask your home nursing team if their facility is Internationally Accredited, which will give you a feeling of confidence that their staff and training protocols have been audited to meet the stringent standards.

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