There is good news for those who may not be able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. While appropriate for most people, some cannot take it because they are allergic, immune-compromised, or taking certain immune-suppressing medications.
This can be troubling for people that want to maximize their body’s ability to resist COVID and its ever-increasing number of strains.
For these individuals, Evusheld treatment may be a good alternative.
Not a replacement for the vaccine, it is a combination of two medications administered via a two-shot.
Evusheld infuses your bodies with certain antibodies proven to reduce the risk of infection for up to six months. AstraZeneca’s studies reveal a 77% reduction in infection after being administered.
Evusheld is for those for whom a medical professional has ruled out the possibility of a vaccine because of certain health challenges. It is also important that you have not recently had or been exposed to anyone with COVID-19.
Professionals describe this treatment as an extra layer of protection added to your immune system. For many, it can provide peace of mind and less anxiety about not having the vaccine.
How to get Evusheld treatment
Many can go to a clinic or urgent care facility for an Evusheld treatment. However, many in Inland Empire are choosing to bypass the inconvenience of in-clinic treatment in favor of personalized in-home treatment. Inland Empire residents are avoiding losing an entire day spent at a doctor’s office by scheduling for a medical professional to come to them to administer an Evusheld treatment.
The combination of Evusheld and in-home treatment may be a wonderful option for those looking to bolster their immune defenses against COVID-19.
Evusheld Antibody Therapy with Drip Hydration
Authorized by the FDA under the emergency use authorization (EUA), EVUSHELD is a treatment that may prevent COVID-19 in eligible individuals.
EVUSHELD is a monoclonal antibody therapy that aims to prevent COVID-19 in adults and adolescents aged 12 and over who meet eligibility criteria. A single dose that consists of two separate injections provides long-lasting protection against the COVID-19 virus in individuals who are not currently infected with the virus.
Appointments only take a few minutes. One of our registered nurses will come to your location to administer the injection. Contact us today to get started!