I had a morphine pump implanted about 5 months ago. It has helped me immeasurably. However about two months after surgery, I noticed a clear vaginal discharge that ...
Morphine Pump For more information, please visit our Neuromedicine Pain Management Program site. What is it? Morphine pump implantation is a surgical procedure ...
A morphine pump is designed to dispense small amounts of morphine directly into the spine. Also called an intrathecal morphine pump, this surgically-implanted pump is ...
Implantable Intrathecal Pumps for ... neurologic complications while receiving morphine in refills of their pumps during one 4-week period in ...
Intrathecal drug delivery, or “pain pump,” is a method of giving medication directly to your spinal cord. The system uses a small pump that is surgically placed ...
Spinal Infusion Pump . What is a spinal infusion pump implant? A spinal infusion pump implant, commonly known as a morphine pump, is a specialized device, which ...
Pain Pump (intrathecal drug pump) Overview. Intrathecal drug delivery, or “pain pump,” is a method of giving medication directly to your spinal cord.
An intrathecal pump is a medical device used to deliver medications directly into the space between the spinal cord and the protective sheath surrounding the spinal cord.
These pumps are implanted inside the skin. The physician can refill the pump by directing a needle through the skin and into the port in the center of the pump.
The Intrathecal pain pump administers morphine and other medication directly in to the spinal fluid relieving pain caused by Failed Back Syndrome. Learn more here.