Hydrafuse is a mobile IV hydration company serving clients in the greater Cincinnati area.
Our team of registered nurses save you time and effort by bringing fast hydration to you, wherever you are – at home, a hotel room or an event space. You don’t need to drive across town to feel better.
Our offerings include a variety of IV formulas that target specific concerns and goals, such as replenishing electrolytes, alleviating symptoms of nausea and upset stomach, aiding athletic recovery, boosting energy levels and promoting anti-aging.
Hydrafuse’s custom infusions are carefully crafted by licensed professionals, ensuring the highest standard of care.
We conduct a comprehensive healthcare review as part of our service. This begins with a detailed consultation where we gather vital details about your medical history – including any surgeries you’ve had, any conditions you have and any medications you may be taking – and talk with you about any specific concerns or goals you have for your treatment.
Your medical history is then analyzed by our qualified healthcare professionals, who assess the data to create a holistic view of your health.
Our goal is to identify any possible drug interactions, contraindications or requirements that can impact your response to our treatments.
This diligent healthcare review process allows us to tailor our services to your individual needs, guaranteeing both safety and effectiveness as well as prioritizing your health and peace of mind.
A: Intravenous hydration therapy delivers a carefully crafted combination of water, saline, sugar, vitamins, minerals, nutrients, electrolytes and/or antioxidants directly to your vein via IV catheter, allowing your body to absorb them faster and better than if you were to ingest them orally. (100% absorption compared to 20% via the digestive tract.) IV hydration has been used for decades in clinical settings, but is becoming more common in private businesses like med spas.
A: Yes, as long as it’s done by medical professionals using sterile equipment and infection control measures. All of Hydrafuse’s infusions are administered by licensed nurses who are trained in IV infusions. Our program is overseen by a doctor, who ensures our adherence to medical standards and contributes to the development of Hydrafuse’s treatment protocols. In addition, all new patients complete a medical history form (including prescription drugs, illnesses and surgeries) so that our team can determine whether an infusion is safe.
A: The frequency depends on the type of infusion being administered. Check our Products & Pricing page to learn about the optimum cadence for each.
A: Any side effects are typically minor, such as bruising, pain, swelling or scarring at the injection site. More serious complications can include inflammation, clotting or infection.
A: Ultimately yes, but during the intake process our healthcare team will review your current medications & conditions to determine if IV infusion is appropriate for you.
A: Yes, in some cases. This is why Hydrafuse requires new clients to complete an intake form. It tells us about your medical history and lists any prescription or over-the-counter drugs you may be taking, including vitamins and supplements. By reviewing your intake form, our medical professionals will know if our IV infusions pose potential interaction problems and proceed accordingly.
A: Yes. IV hydration therapy is not recommended for patients in heart failure or who suffer from heart disease or kidney disease, as the high concentrations of vitamins and minerals contained in infusions can be too much for those organs to handle. It can also cause bruising in patients undergoing dialysis or suffering from congestive heart failure.
A: IV hydration services must comply with state medical licensing agencies’ rules and regulations.
A: None of the substances in our infusions are on the World Anti-Doping Agency’s prohibited substances list. However, infusions exceeding 100 milliliters per 12-hour period are prohibited both in and out of competition, except in cases of hospital treatments, surgical procedures or clinical diagnostic investigations. This is because they can mask banned substances or distort the athlete’s biological passport. Please speak to your team before contacting us about an appointment.
WADA advises athletes to obtain a therapeutic use exception (TUE) for any infusion provided outside of a hospital setting. Check with your sport’s governing body for more details.
A: IV hydration therapy is similar to donating blood or having blood drawn. Our licensed medical professionals are skilled at finding veins and usually manage to place the IV for patients on the first attempt.
A: Because you gain hydration during the procedure, you may need to urinate more frequently in the hours following your session.
A: You should have more energy and less pain or nausea than you did before the treatment. If your infusion contains magnesium (such as our Athletic Performance Recovery formula), you may feel a bit sleepy because it relaxes your muscles.
A: Mobile IV hydration therapy offers a convenient and personalized approach to health and wellness by delivering intravenous fluids, vitamins, and nutrients directly to individuals in their desired location. This on-the-go service has gained popularity for its potential to provide rapid hydration, replenish essential nutrients, and offer relief from a variety of conditions, such as dehydration, fatigue, jet lag, and even hangovers.
Mobile IV hydration therapy is designed to administer treatments tailored to individual needs, ensuring a safe and effective experience. By bringing IV therapy directly to homes, offices, hotels, or events, we cater to people seeking a quick and efficient way to revitalize their bodies, enhance their well-being, and address specific health concerns, all within the comfort of their chosen environment.
Mobile IV hydration also comes with an economic upside, limiting our overhead costs so we can keep the prices of our infusions lower than a physician office or other location.
A: Yes, we partner with a med spa in Mason and can perform your infusion at 8485 Mason-Montgomery Road, Suite 2, Mason, OH 45040.
A: The formula of each infusion varies depending on its intended purpose, but most of them include B-complex vitamins (such as B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and B12). Our Products & Pricing page offers insights into many of the ingredients.
We offer a variety of infusions designed to:
Visit our Products & Pricing page for more details.
A: Sessions typically last about 45 minutes to an hour.
A: Most services cost between $175 and $250. See our Products & Pricing page for details.
A: Click on “Book an Infusion.” This will take you to a page where you can choose your preferred time window (morning, afternoon, evening) and put down the 50% deposit for your infusion. A member of our staff will contact you to set up the exact time and get the address where you would like to be treated. Once you have gone through the intake process once, you’ll book future sessions by logging in with a username and password and will be able to select a time for your next appointment.
A: Yes, discounts are available for groups of three or more clients per session. Let us know if you’re thinking about a group event.