With opioid addiction,

EVERY DAY COUNTS.

Protect your patients from DAY 1

with long-lasting, opioid-sparing ON-Q*.

Mercy Medical Center Mt. Shasta

Establishing Surgical Excellence through Opioid Reduction

 


65%

Reduction in Inpatient Morphine Equivalents

740%

Increase in opioid free TKA & THA procedures

OPIOID REDUCTION IMPACT

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