WITH THE ON-Q* PAIN RELIEF SYSTEM, PATIENTS:

  • Went home an average of 1.1 days sooner1–4
  • Reported up to 69% lower pain scores5–6
  • Were up to 3x as likely to report high satisfaction scores4,7–8
  • Are more likely to experience better pain management with fewer side effects1,7,9

WITH ON-Q*, CLINICIANS MAY REDUCE:

  • Postoperative pain and nausea1,9
  • Recovery time1-4
  • Risk of infection10-13–pumps are single use, one pump per patient
  • Unplanned hospital admissions following outpatient procedures14,15

ON-Q* Ambulatory Pain Pumps

Innovative surgical site and regional anesthesia pain management solutions

ON-Q* TRAC

ON-Q* TRAC provides real-time patient feedback that physicians can react to for better quality of care

Needles, Trays and Kits

Consistently high quality and manufactured to exacting standards

ON-Q* T-BLOC* Trays & Sets

From prep to continuous and all levels in between, ON-Q* T-bloc* Trays have what you need for upper extremity, lower extremity and compartmental blocks.

EZstim* III Peripheral Nerve Stimulator/ Nerve Locator

Dual-function, hand-held EZstim* III, model ES500, operated as either a full-function nerve locator or a neuromuscular block monitor.

MiniStim* MS-IVB Peripheral Nerve Stimulator

The MiniStim* MS-IVB is a compact, simple to use peripheral nerve stimulator that can be used for neuromuscular monitoring anywhere

INTEGUSEAL* Microbial Sealant

Lock Down the Pathogens that Preps Leave Behind

 

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