Often, the length of time will depend on the type of infusion you are receiving. The boosts that you are including as part of the IV hydration process may affect the time also. The IV hydration process typically takes up to an hour. This is based on the time you need, infusion you are receiving and clinical consultation. Some infusions do require more time, such as NAD+. It is not recommended that you rush fluids, unless you are in a hospital and working through a more emergent situation with a medical team.
To learn more about the difference Liquid Mobile IV makes, call or visit www.LiquidMobileIV.com