Well Life ABQ and Infusion Clinic ABQ

Well Life ABQ and Infusion Clinic ABQ

Vitamin C high-dose (25G, 50G, 75G, 100G)
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a potent antioxidant. It reduces oxidative stress, helps to decrease inflammation within the body, and plays an important role in many of your body’s other functions. Not having enough vitamin C can lead to scurvy in the most extreme cases. In less severe cases, it can cause other symptoms, such as increased susceptibility to infections, loosening of teeth, dryness of the mouth and eyes, loss of hair, dry itchy skin, fatigue, and insomnia. High-dose intravenous vitamin C can be used to address a variety of health concerns.

A G6PD is required for Vitamin C doses >10G. If you have G6PD results from a previous clinic, please bring it with you to your first appointment. If you are unfamiliar with G6PD, it will be explained during your appointment.

The COST for Vitamin C infusions varies based on dose.
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CHOOSE PROVIDER

Darlene joined The Injection and Infusion Clinic of ABQ in 2019. She manages most of the infusions and juggles many other responsibilities. As a former Labor and Delivery nurse, she has a lot of experience with venous access. You are literally in good hands!
Mica Travers BSN RN Mica Travers graduated from Nursing School at UNM in 2004. Although she is new to the Well Life/Injection and Infusion clinic, she has experience as a cardiac nurse, school nurse, and oncology nurse. She will continue to work at SW Women’s Oncology doing Chemo infusions as well as Well Life/Injections and Infusions. She was born in Albuquerque but grew up in Rapid City SD. Her husband Ron is in Law Enforcement and they have 3 children. Mica is actively involved in the PTSA and Band Boosters at APS. She is also a dog lover and has been a foster parent for Animal Humane since 2018. Mica Travers graduated from Nursing School at UNM in 2004. Although she is new to the Well Life/Injection and Infusion clinic, she has experience as a cardiac nurse, school nurse, and oncology nurse. She will continue to work at SW Women’s Oncology doing Chemo infusions as well as Well Life/Injections and Infusions. She was born in Albuquerque but grew up in Rapid City SD. Her husband Ron is in Law Enforcement and they have 3 children. Mica is actively involved in the PTSA and Band Boosters at APS. She is also a dog lover and has been a foster parent for Animal Humane since 2018.