- Patients required a mean of less than one oxycodone/acetaminophen tablet per day from their discharge until their day 10 visit.
- 100 percent of the available subjects reported being either satisfied or extremely satisfied with their postsurgical pain control at hospital discharge, at 72 hours and on day 10.
- When retrospectively compared to a 2011 study of patients who received a TAP infiltration of bupivacaine HCl, patients administered EXPAREL in the same fashion had similar or better pain scores with a reduced requirement for opioids.
New Data Supporting Use Of EXPAREL Via Infiltration Into The Transversus Abdominis Plane Presented At 11th Annual American Society Of Regional Anesthesia And Pain Medicine Meeting
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