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Dignity Health - Arizona General Hospital Laveen
7171 S 51st Ave
, AZ 85339
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Services We Offer
About Dignity Health - Arizona General Hospital Laveen
Dignity Health - Arizona General Hospital Laveen offers many services, including emergency medicine, digital imaging including CT scanner & x-ray, and ultrasound. Visit Dignity Health - Arizona General Hospital Laveen located at 7171 S 51st Ave, Phoenix, AZ. As part of the Dignity Health network, Dignity Health - Arizona General Hospital Laveen is dedicated to delivering high quality, compassionate care and access to Phoenix and nearby communities.
Conditions We Treat
Kidney stones are hard deposits that form in the kidneys. These deposits are made of minerals and salts and are typically result from there being more crystal-forming minerals in your urine that can be diluted. Your urine can also be deficient in substances that help keep these crystals from coming together to form stones.
Severe Allergic Reaction
A severe allergic reaction, also known as anaphylaxis or anaphylactic shock, can be life threatening. It typically affects the entire body and can cause symptoms such as difficulty breathing, sweating, a severe rash, chest pain, weak and rapid pulse, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, and dizziness and fainting.
Severe Persistent Vomiting
Severe persistent vomiting, also known as cyclic vomiting syndrome, is a condition that is defined by the onset of intense nausea, followed by vomiting. Possible causes of severe persistent vomiting include viral illnesses, food poisoning, or issues with the digestive system.
Viral and Bacterial Infections
Viral and bacterial infections are infections that are caused by bacteria and viruses getting into the body. These are transmitted through saliva and mucus or other bodily fluids from an infected person to a non-infected person. Antibiotics are used to treat bacterial infections, while viral infections are left to run their course or are treated with antiviral medications.