InfiltraLong

Continuous Wound Infiltration Systems

InfiltraLong

Continuous Wound Infiltration Systems

The InfiltraLong catheter developed by Pajunk is a self-contained system for continuous infiltration analgesia at the surgical site. The design of the catheter allows a smooth and uniform targeted administration of local anaesthetic. This allows to optimise patient analgesia and improve outcomes while reducing opoid consumption.1

The InfiltraLong catheter is the only wound infiltration catheter that can be combined with all commercial pumps. The wide range of catheter and perforation lengths available makes it suitable for many different requirements and areas of use. In comparison with three other commercial catheters the InfiltraLong performed extremely well because of its numerous fine infusion perforations, which are closely and evenly spaced in the perforation segment.2 This ensures an even distribution of the anaesthetic and a earlier mobilisation3. The

InfiltraLong catheter is available in a standard version as well as the Forte version with an extended wall thickness.

The InfiltraLong sets come in many different configurations, including basic accessories like introducer needles and filter, but also full sets with a pump.

InfiltraLong Overview

InfiltraLong Features & Advantages

1. Precise Microperforation

  • 360° arrangement for close, evently spaced, fine infusion perforations2

2. Consistent Homogeneous Flow

  • More effective pain relief2
  • Infusion reaches its target by the fastest and most direct route2

3. Fenestration Area Marking

  • Quick check if the complete length of perforation is inside the wound

4. Stainless Steel Helical Coil

  • Kink resistant, catheter doesn't collapse
  • Allows consistent delivery of anaesthetic
  • Echogenic/radiopaque - allows postion control, even with closed wound

5. Catheter Options

  • Standard and Forte catheter configurations
  • Forte catheter option: 70% thicker walls with the same inner lumen for an application close to joints

6. Depth Markings

  • Easy to read and identify

7. Kink Protection Hub

  • Between the connection and the hub
  • For a consistent anaesthetic flow

InfiltraLong Ordering Info

Item description Item no. LUER Purchase Unit

InfiltraLong 420 / 19G x 420mm (16 1/2") catheter with flexible helical coil and 10 openings along the first 25mm / Split needle with puncture needle / MiniFilter 0,2µm / FixoLong

001158-00D 10

InfiltraLong 420 / 19G x 420mm (16 1/2") catheter with flexible helical coil and 15 openings along the first 40mm / Split needle with puncture needle / Filter 0,2µm / FixoLong

001158-00Z 10

InfiltraLong 500 / 19G x 500mm (19 2/3") catheter with flexible helical coil and 30 openings along the first 75mm / Split needle with puncture needle / Filter 0.2µm / FixoLong

001158-10A 10

InfiltraLong 600 / 19G x 600mm (23 2/3") catheter with flexible helical coil and 45 openings along the first 100mm / Split needle with puncture needle / Filter 0.2µm / FixoLong

001158-20D 10

InfiltraLong 600 / 19G x 600mm (23 2/3") catheter with flexible helical coil and 60 openings along the first 150mm / Split needle with puncture needle / Filter 0.2µm / FixoLong

001158-20B 10

InfiltraLong 700 / 19G x 700mm (27 1/2") catheter with flexible helical coil and 88 openings along the first 220mm / Split needle with puncture needle / Filter 0.2µm / FixoLong

001158-30C 10

InfiltraLong 900 / 19G x 900mm (35 2/5") catheter with flexible helical coil and 88 openings along the first 300mm / Split needle with puncture needle / Filter 0.2µm / FixoLong

001158-40C 10

Studies:

1 Rawal N., 2012 Perineural catheter analgesia as a routine method after ambulatory surgery – effective but unrealistic, Reg. Anesth. Pain Med. 2012 Jan-Feb; 37(1); 72–76
2 Campolo M., Molin D., Rawal N., Soldati A. Protocols to compare infusion distribution of wound catheters, Med. Eng. Phys. 2011 Apr; 34(3): 326–332
3 Kutzner K. P., Paulini C., Hechtner M., Rehbein P., Pfeil J. Postoperative Analgesie nach Knie-TEP. Intraartikulärer Katheter vs. Nervus-femoralis-Katheter, Der Orthopäde 2015 July; 44(7): 566–573

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