But what about price? While prices vary from drip bar to drip bar, many places charge upwards of $200 for a treatment.
Many times, these establishments are staffed with trained medical professionals, so the business is worked by those who know their way around an IV needle.
Still, despite that, the risk of an IV infiltration remains. While studies about IV infiltrations in drip bars are not currently available, we do know that half of all IVs in hospitals are likely to fail.
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