The Stryker Pain Pump provides continuous, controlled infusion of a local anesthetic directly into the intra-operative site for post-operative pain management. It is a 120 ml Infuser and is double the volume of most disposable devices. With this pump you may reduce the need for multiple infusers for one course of therapy. The Burst-Proof Design and the Non-elastomeric design eliminate the possibility of bursting during filling and use. The safe and e¬ffective Infusion Monitoring Graduation marks every 5 ml to allow the patient and clinician to simply and accurately monitor infusion status.

This pump comes equipped with separate infuser and infusion sets to select the duration of infusion that best meets your therapeutic needs. Designed for patient convenience, this pump is simple to operate, comfortable to wear, and easy to troubleshoot. A 270 ml capacity infuser is also available.

Indications: relief of pain in patients following surgery, by the continuous administration of medication via catheter into the wound site. It is convenient for use by ambulatory patients.

The ON-Q Pain Pump and the ON-Q Soaker Catheter are designed to infuse local anesthetic over a wider area compared to point-source catheters. The unique design allows for greater versatility in catheter placement and more even distribution of medication. The patented Soaker Catheter delivers pain relief across the full length of the incision.

The Elastomeric ON-Q pain relief ball administers a continuous, regulated flow of local anesthetic through the specially designed catheter to the intra-operative site. The ON-Q system is indicated for post-surgical pain management and intra-operative use. It is widely used in procedures such as ACL repair, shoulder subacromial decompression, iliac crest bone graft and hip and knee replacements.

As part of the multimodal approach to pain management, the potential benefits of the ON-Q system include:

  • Improved pain management
  • Reduced patient need for narcotics and decreased exposure to common narcotic complications including nausea, vomiting, ileus, urinary retention and respiratory depression
  • Decreased potential of breakthrough pain
  • Rapid return to normal activities including ambulation
  • Improved patient satisfaction