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How Leading Physicians Set their Total Joint Program Apart

Measuring Adductor Canal Blocks Against the Alternatives A successful total joint program positions pain management as a central theme throughout the entire care sequence, from pre-op to post-op. This approach…
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Making Educated Decisions in Pain Treatment

Physicians’ Perspective on CPNBs When determining the most optimal treatment for managing post-surgical pain, surgeons and anesthesiologists must use available data to make the best decision for their patients. Unfortunately,…
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Reducing Readmissions

How to Improve Pain Management As hospital administrators know, many reasons for readmissions are avoidable. Improved discharge planning and ensuring patients have follow up appointments are some common ways hospitals…
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The Long-Term Financial Impacts of Using Opioids for Postoperative Pain

Measures for Reducing Hospital Costs Opioids are often identified as a potential risk factor for patients, but they can also be a financial burden in hospitals and health systems. Hospitals…
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How Continuous Peripheral Nerve Blocks Help Surgeons, Patients, and Administrators

Overcoming Challenges with the ON-Q* Pain Management System Physicians, patients, administrators, and investors all face a unique set of challenges inside the walls of the hospital or surgery center, but…
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Reduced Opioid Consumption Can Improve Patient Outcomes

Using CPNBs to Manage Postoperative Pain Associated with TKAs Many studies concur that Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA) procedures are among the most painful types of surgical procedures. With the growing…
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Managing Patient Experience After Total Joint Replacement

The role of CPNBs in Patient Satisfaction Patient satisfaction is a complex issue that may be correlated with factors other than a good outcome. In a study of patients undergoing…
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Value Report: ON-Q* vs. Other Analgesic Options

Financial Benefits of the ON-Q* Pain Relief System While opioids have been the dominant pain treatment after surgery for some time, hospitals and ASCs have been taking a closer look…
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Successful Pain Management is Measured by More Than Just Clinical Results

How Clinical Education Plays a Role in Successful Adoption Pain management systems that promote earlier ambulation without the need for narcotics are appealing to both clinical surgeons and administrators alike.…
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How Continuous Peripheral Nerve Blocks Help Surgeons, Patients, and Administrators

Overcoming Challenges with the ON-Q* Pain Management System Physicians, patients, administrators, and investors all face a unique set of challenges inside the walls of the hospital or surgery center, but…
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How CPNBs Offer Superior Patient Experience

A Pain Treatment Comparison When evaluating surgical pain treatments, physicians are focused on a number of factors including safety, efficacy, and patient satisfaction. Anesthesiologist Dr. Hickman has found in his…
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How ON-Q* Pain Relief System Improves Patient Experience

Testimonial Videos Physicians and their facilities are always looking for simple ways to improve patient experience and reduce costs. If one solution can achieve both those goals, they’re going to…
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