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The Benefits Of House Call Rehydration Services

By Darrin Wakely

That last bite of turkey pesto sandwich tasted like metal, John thought. He had quickly swallowed before realizing that something was seriously wrong. Food should not taste metallic. Sure enough, hours later, it started with a bloated, gassy feeling, then nausea, and finally a furious diarrhea that wouldn’t quit. As weakness set in, John contemplated his options. Unable to get an appointment with his doctor John found a ride to a nearby ER to be more than just unpleasant. The bloated belly made it uncomfortable to sit.

At triage, his vital signs were found to be stable, so he would have to wait more while sicker patients were cared for. After a seemingly long wait and multiple quick trips to the restroom, he was eventually brought to the patient care area where he could finally receive treatment. Many hours later, rehydrated, but exhausted, he was released from the Emergency Department. On his way home, he spent another 30 minutes standing and waiting for a prescription to be filled at a pharmacy.

On the other hand, there was Liz who also became ill after having a turkey pesto sammich from the same restaurant where John had it. In this case, she quickly thought about calling Urgent Med Housecalls, a better way than enduring a trip to and through an emergency facility. After that phone call that she made, an emergency doctor quickly reached and get to speak with her and had her in triage straight from the phone.

The doctor enroutes to see her at her own home if the house call is deemed safe and appropriate. The physician instituted IV fluid hydration immediately as soon as he sees Liz in misery. And while doing that he takes Liz medical history. Prescription drug for nausea Liz took made her feels a lot better. The doctor is done treating her after like 50 minutes and he left Liz some medicines to take in case symptoms happen again.

You see, people suffering from mild to moderately dehydration from food poison or the like can be treated now during a doctor house call visit with IV fluid infusion. Wherever the patients are, at home.. hotel room or workplace, Urgent Med Housecalls brings certified emergency physician to them. These emergency physicians bring simple, less complicated convenient urgent care directly to patients. When appropriate, patients who require immediate care due to dehydration are generally being offered rapid intravenous fluid hydration.

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Wakely, Darrin "The Benefits Of House Call Rehydration Services." The Benefits Of House Call Rehydration Services. 7 Oct. 2010. 1 Aug 2014 <>.

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Wakely, D (2010, October 7). The Benefits Of House Call Rehydration Services. Retrieved August 1, 2014, from

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