The composition of the infusions is mostly based on the individual needs of each patient. A consultation is done beforehand and tests are assigned, based on which we determine the combinations of solutions we use. An important part is also the information from the examination- the patient's goals, allergies and so on.

Often taking medication in the conventional way - orally - proves insufficient or ineffective. Patient goals are more quickly, easily and effectively achieved by introducing solutions, macro- and micronutrients, vitamins and minerals peripherally - through a venous vessel. The intravenous route of administration of substances bypasses their metabolism primarily through the liver as well as the gastrointestinal tract altogether, allowing for quick and effective management of specific problems.

The frequency of the therapies depends mostly on the baseline results as well as the patients' wishes and goals. Usually, a package of treatments is recommended to be able to achieve a long-lasting effect.

Chronic diseases require constant care on the part of the patient. Therefore, intravenous therapies are recommended regularly as courses at set intervals.

Yes. In order to undertake such treatment, it is appropriate to be advised by a doctor, to be accurately examined and to have these carried out by an anaesthetist-resuscitator.

Infusion treatment is not solely aimed at filling proven deficiencies. Intravenous therapy is given to prevent complications of certain chronic diseases, such as diabetes mellitus. Through the intravenous introduction of various molecules, detoxification of the liver, easier and faster recovery from various infectious diseases, energy replenishment and more can be achieved.

Usually, the patient directs himself to a certain type of therapy, and the doctor modifies it in terms of content, according to the results of laboratory tests and physical examination.

IV therapy lasts up to 2 hours, depending on its type. Regina Life Clinic additionally offers booster doses of vitamins and other healing substances, which are administered intramuscularly and take almost no time.

The side effects of this type of therapy depend on the individual reactivity of the patient. Usually, the side effects are only positive, but in some patients’ short-term nausea, dizziness is observed. Diuresis is activated, which is usually a desirable effect.

By means of Doppler ultrasound examination, the direction of blood flow in the vessels can be ascertained, and by means of special formulas, the corresponding calculations can be made and the absence or presence of plaques in the vascular system can be assessed. Vascular risk is assessed more objectively and appropriate therapeutic solutions are given.

Intermittent fasting is a healthy weight loss method that has other benefits- anti-aging, reduction of elevated insulin levels, cardio-metabolic effects. This way of eating is increasingly practiced and considered relatively easy to follow. However, it is not suitable for everyone. In some people, especially those with gastrointestinal problems or diabetics, prolonged fasting may do more harm than good.

The most important thing for a diet is to be adapted to the rhythm of a person's life. For this purpose, we use special questionnaires that show us how the patient lives, what preferences he has and we try to get as close as possible to his lifestyle and taste preferences.

Weight reduction is a task that usually requires a comprehensive approach. Intravenous infusions can have a draining effect, speed up metabolism and aid the weight loss process, but are not a primary way of body weight reduction.

Each diet is designed to the individual characteristics of the patient. In other words, if the patient suffers from a disease, the diet is adapted to improve the condition and to promote faster recovery or to prevent exacerbations in the chronically ill.

People are made of body and soul, i.e. psyche. Taking care of one's mental health, perception and sense of self is key to the course of illness and the effect of any therapy.

We used to associate the specialty of medical oncology only with hospital visits and the prescription of various chemotherapy regimens. Supporting the patient in an outpatient setting is key to the outcome of the disease. The medical oncologist can monitor the condition of their patients, help them through the disease and overcome the side effects of cancer therapy, and monitor patients in remission.

The orthopaedic consequences of excess weight are numerous and are mainly related to the higher load that the joints have to withstand. The higher the weight, the more stressed the joints. Often, patients who neglect their weight first go to an orthopaedic surgeon, where they are referred to obesity specialists, because knee pain is a side effect of being overweight, and therapy is primarily concerned with weight reduction.  Assessment of the musculoskeletal system is key to be able to give and adequate recommendations for movement.

Arterial hypertension is a socially significant disease. Almost every overweight person has elevated blood pressure. In order to assess how to act infusion on a person with hypertension in the first place, the cardiologist's assessment and laboratory tests are important.

The health of our metabolism depends on many external and internal factors interacting in complex ways. The assessment of metabolism therefore requires a complex approach and a comprehensive assessment by various specialists- primarily endocrinologists, cardiologists, nutritionists.

Examination by an endocrinologist begins with a discussion of the patient's current complaints and the reason for the examination, a physical examination, measurements on various devices to assess metabolism and body segmental composition, ultrasonography, the appointment of laboratory and imaging studies, and the appointment of therapy.

Examination by a dietician includes a discussion with the aim of taking a history, assessing the patient's nutritional status, taking measurements on various instruments, prescribing tests and creating a therapeutic diet.