100-118-0008 – Novel Chest Tube Embeds Neurostimulation for Pain Management

Reduce post-surgery complicationsand opioid-based medications Each year, more than 900,000 patients in theUnited States undergo thoracic procedures thatrequire placement of a chest tube to drain fluid andmonitor bleeding or air leakage. The discomfortand sometimes extreme pain associated withchest tube placement and use complicates patientrecovery and can lead to the prescribing of opioidmedications with the potential for dependence andmisuse. Allison Parish allison.parish@ipbvi.com 787-523-8061

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