The Medication on Demand (MOD® ) device was designed to put pain control into the hands of the person who needs it the most – the patient. The MOD® device provides a safe and secure way to dispense prescribed pain medications at the patient’s bedside.
You may also find these links or articles useful prior to entering the hospital for any length of stay. This information is provided as a courtesy only. Always consult with your healthcare provider about any questions or concerns you may have about any upcoming hospital stay for you or a loved one.
How to Use the MOD® device. A Patient’s Guide
The Patient Bedside Flyer
MOD ® Instructions for Use
Avancen MOD Corporation is continually researching how the MOD® device is improving patients’ pain management care at the bedside. From time to time, we will post new white papers for your review and use. If you have questions about the information contained in any of these papers, please let us know.
The MOD® Safety Experience After 4000 Patients 2018
A Solution to the U.S. Parenteral Opioid Drug Shortages - The MOD®
Putting Patients in Charge of their Oral Pain Medication Delivery
Smaller Opioid Doses with better Postoperative Pain Management
A Better Way to Deliver Oral PRN Pain Medications
Postoperative Pain Management in Marijuana
Understanding the Multiple Factors Impacting Shortages of Parenteral Opioid Solutions
If you have questions about the information contained in any of these studies, please let us know.
Avancen Abstracts of Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals
Flagler Magnet Hospital Abstract and Poster
Nursing Time Study for the Administration of a PRN Oral Analgesic on an Orthopedic Postoperative Unit
The Traditional Method of Oral As-Needed
Pain Medication Delivery Compared
to an Oral Patient-Controlled Analgesia
Device Following Total Knee Arthroplasty
A Prospective Randomized Trial of an Oral PCA Device Versus Usual Care for the Administration of As Needed (PRN) Oral Pain Medications Following Total Hip Arthroplasty Poster
A Prospective Randomized Trial of an
Oral Patient-Controlled Analgesia Device
Versus Usual Care Following Total Hip
A Comparison Study—Oral Patient-
Controlled Analgesia Versus Traditional
Delivery of Pain Medication Following