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Party too hard? Get an IV drip at casino medspa

6:09 PM, Sep 14, 2013   |    comments
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Hydration is important in Las Vegas - and not just because it's the desert. All the liquid fun, intense sun and all-night schedule can take a toll on the Las Vegas visitor. Sure, you can drink water to replenish moisture, but at REVIV at MGM Grand has made your hydration a little more high tech.

Developed by a team of emergency room physicians, REVIV is just what the doctor ordered when you need to revitalize your body and mind. In an intimate, spa-like setting, you can top off your fluids through a wide range of intravenous and vitamin hydrotherapies under the supervision of a Nevada Medical Board-certified physician. Treatments such as the HydroMax Hydration Infusion, a simple drip of saline and electrolytes, and the MegaBoost Wellness Infusion, which is a cocktail of multivitamins, antioxidants and immunity support start at $99. If you're feeling especially rough around the edges, the UltraVive Recovery Infusion sets you right with the addition of B-12, anti-nausea and anti-inflammatory medications

If you're feeling a little sketched out by the thought of getting an IV in a hotel casino, don't be; the treatments are administered by a team of registered nurses and paramedics trained to administer IVs. The 1,270-square-foot room features several coves with full-body massage chairs, and a living room with couch and hi-definition TV so you can begin to feel human again in complete comfort.

If needles aren't your thing, REVIV also offers QuickFix, an oral delivery method of the same vitamins and medications as the UltraVive Infusion.

After you're feeling back to your old self, we'll all forget how you just proclaimed a few hours ago that you were never going to drink again.

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