Pain Management
Patient Resources

About Your InfuBLOCK® Pain Pump

We’re here for you every step of the way.
InfuBLOCK is a postoperative, non-narcotic pain relief system that delivers local anesthetic to or near the surgical site. This is a pain minimizing therapy that delivers an anesthetic (numbing) medicine to a nerve. Your InfuBLOCK pain pump will continuously deliver a local anesthetic medication to block the pain in the area of your procedure.

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While using the InfuBLOCK pump, if you experience any of the following symptoms immediately turn off or clamp pump and call your doctor. If you have a medical emergency, call 911.

  • Skin rash or hives
  • Mouth, lips, or tongue numbness or tingling
  • Metallic taste in mouth
  • Ringing in ears
  • Slurred speech
  • Blurred vision

Important Patient Information

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    Do not drive or operate machinery while the catheter is in place

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    Be careful with your numb limb. You may not perceive situations that may injure you
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    Avoid hot baths, holding hot liquids and similar activities
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    Keep your sling or splint on at all times, except during physical therapy
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    Do not get the catheter, pump or bandages wet
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    If you have had a nerve block for surgery on your leg or foot, do not stand or walk using the affected leg until your strength comes back
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The InfuSystem Nursing Hotline is Here for You 24/7.
Call 1-844-724-6123 for Assistance. 

While your physician is your primary source for information about your treatment, there may be times during your treatment that you need assistance with your infusion pump. Our team of compassionate and knowledgeable Registered Nurses (RN) is here to assist every step of the way.

  • Answers to questions about your infusion pump

  • Assistance with pump alarms

  • Excessive leakage noted from pump
  • Tubing disconnect
  • Dislodged catheter
  • Inadequate pain control

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How Do I Return My Pump?

Once your therapy is complete, please return the pump to InfuSystem in the pre-paid shipping box that was provided to you at discharge carefully following the instructions included. The return box can either be placed in your mailbox or dropped at your local Post Office (USPS). Postage is prepaid for your convenience.