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Incline’s investigational product candidate, IONSYS, is supported by a significant number of scientific poster presentations.



Ahmad S, Hewitt D, Wu SC.
An iontophoretic fentanyl HCl patient-controlled transdermal system (PCTS) versus intravenous patient-controlled morphine for the treatment of acute post-operative pain after general surgery
AAPM 2005

Ahmad S, Groudine S.
Non-invasive patient-controlled analgesia delivery system for acute postoperative pain management
AORN 2004

Ahmad S, Parlow JL, Viscusi E.
Patient-controlled analgesia: a non-invasive fentanyl HCl system vs. an intravenous morphine pump
AORN 2004

Annemans L, Hunsche E, Spaepen E, Choe Y, Kavanagh S.
Economic evaluation of the fentanyl HCl patient-activated transdermal system (ITS) in acute post-operative pain management (POPM) in Belgium
EFIC 2006

Bonnet F, Eberhart L, Wennberg E, Dodds S, Friberg M, Choe Y.
Fentanyl HCl iontophoretic transdermal system (fentanyl ITS) versus intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV-PCA): staff time savings
EFIC 2006

Bornhoevd K, Skowronski R, Kershaw P.
Dosing requirements for patients receiving the fentanyl iontophoretic transdermal system versus intravenous patient-controlled analgesia with morphine after major surgery
ESA 2008

Bourne MH, Fisher AC, Damaraju CV, Schein JR, Hewitt DJ.
Use of transdermal patient-controlled analgesia delivery to maximize postoperative patient mobility
ASA 2006

Bourne MH, Damaraju CV, Hewitt DJ.
Total hip replacement and ease of care using fentanyl iontophoretic transdermal system versus IV PCA
AAOS 2007

Caminiti S, Vallow S, Schein J.
Ease of care with the fentanyl HCl patient-activated transdermal system (PATS) versus intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) with morphine for postoperative pain management following total hip replacement from the perspectives of the patient and physical therapist
NAON 2006

Cantillo J, Lien CA, Hewitt D, Wu SC.
Comparison of the safety and efficacy of an iontophoretic patient-controlled transdermal fentanyl HCl delivery system (PCTS) versus an intravenous patient-controlled morphine pump for the treatment of acute post-operative pain after general surgery
APS 2005

Chung F, Badner N, Parlow J, Clark A.
A randomized multicenter trial comparing the safety and efficacy of a patient-controlled transdermal fentanyl HCl delivery system versus an intravenous patient-controlled morphine pump for the treatment of acute postoperative pain
APS 2004

Eberhart L, Wade RL, Grond S.
Evaluation of the process and costs associated with the use of the fentanyl iontophoretic transdermal system (ITS) versus intravenous (IV) patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) for postoperative pain management
WCA 2008

Fleshman JW, Sweeney WB, Hewitt DJ, Gargiulo K, Damaraju CV.
Safety and efficacy of fentanyl ITS versus morphine IV PCA following laparoscopic surgery
ASA 2007

Gargiulo K, Pestano, C, Hewitt D.
Fentanyl iontophoretic transdermal system (ITS) versus morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) in an elderly obese postoperative population: patients’ assessment of mobility
ASPAN 2007

Grond S, Heisel O, Kavanagh S, Balshaw R, Hunsche E.
Meta-analysis of the efficacy of the fentanyl HCl iontophoretic transdermal system (ITS) versus IV PCA in post-operative acute pain management
EFIC 2006

Grond S, Richarz U.
Protocol design: a fentanyl HCl patient-controlled transdermal system (PCTS) vs. IV morphine patient-controlled analgesia for post-surgical pain management in 11 European countries
ESA 2005

Grond S.
Impact of fentanyl iontophoretic transdermal system versus morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia on postoperative mobility in both elderly and non-elderly patients
WIP 2007

Harding G, Vallow S, Leidy NK, Zhang M, Olson W, Hewitt D, Polomano R, Viscusi ER.
Measuring patients’ “ease of care” with patient controlled analgesia delivery systems
APS 2006

Harding G, Vallow S, Leidy NK, Zhang M, Olson W, Hewitt D, Polomano R.
Measuring nurses’ and physical therapists’ “ease of care” of patients using patient controlled analgesia delivery systems for post-operative pain
APS 2006

Hartrick C, Gargiulo K, Damaraju CV, Hewitt D.
Comparison of the safety and efficacy of the fentanyl HCl patient-activated transdermal system (fentanyl HCl PATS) vs intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) with morphine following total hip replacement
ASRA Fall Meeting 2005

Hartrick C, Bourne M, Gargiulo K, Hewitt D.
Efficacy and safety of the fentanyl patient-controlled transdermal system (fentanyl HCl PCTS) vs intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) with morphine following orthopedic surgery
PGA 2005

Hartrick C, Gargiulo K, Hewitt D.
Design of a clinical trial to compare the efficacy and safety of the fentanyl patient-controlled transdermal system (PCTS) with morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) for pain management following orthopedic surgery
IASP 2005

Hartrick C, Bourne M, Damaraju C, Hewitt D.
Effect of perioperative rofecoxib therapy on the efficacy and safety of the fentanyl HCl patient-activated transdermal system (fentanyl HCl PATS) and intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) with morphine following total hip replacement
ASRA Spring Meeting 2006

Herman M, Lien CA, Lubenow T, Silverstein JH, Yarmush J, Atkinson LE.
Comparison of the safety and efficacy of a patient-controlled transdermal fentanyl HCl delivery system versus an intravenous patient-controlled morphine pump for the treatment of post-operative pain After major surgery: a randomized, multicenter trial
AAPM 2004

Herndon C, Sathyan G, Gupta S.
Pharmacokinetics of fentanyl delivered by a patient-controlled transdermal analgesic system (PCTS): effects of patient demographics and multiple-day dosing schedules
ACCP 2005 Spring Meeting

Jones RK, Satwicz PR.
Respiratory depression with fentanyl ITS versus morphine IV PCA: a pooled analysis
ASA 2007

Langford RM.
Efficacy and respiratory safety of the fentanyl iontophoretic transdermal system versus intravenous patient-controlled analgesia with morphine for postoperative pain management WIP 2007

Langford RM, Damaraju CV, Fisher AC, Kershaw P, Richarz U.
The fentanyl iontophoretic transdermal system (ITS) versus morphine intravenous (IV) patient-controlled analgesia (PCA): a comparison of efficacy and safety by surgery type using pooled data from four large active-comparator trials
WCA 2008

Levine B, Damaraju C, Gargiulo K, Hewitt D.
Fentanyl iontophoretic transdermal system for postoperative pain management following pelvic surgery
ACOG 2007

Lindley P, Davis C, Gargiulo K, Nelson W, Schein J.
Postoperative pain management with fentanyl iontophoretic transdermal system (ITS) versus morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA): findings from a validated nurse ease-of-care (EOC) questionnaire
AANA 2007

Lindley P, Davis C, Gargiulo K, Nelson W, Schein J.
Evaluation of patient ease-of-care associated with the fentanyl iontophoretic transdermal system (ITS) versus morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) for postoperative pain management
AANA 2007

Marcus RJ, Ahmad S, Chung F, Hewitt D, Wu S.
Patient-controlled transdermal fentanyl HCl system versus intravenous patient-controlled analgesia for the management of acute pain after gynecologic surgery
ASRA 2004

Mattia C.
Efficacy of the fentanyl HCl iontophoretic transdermal system versus morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia by surgery type
EFIC 2006

Minkowitz HS, Damaraju CV, Hewitt DJ.
Fentanyl iontophoretic transdermal system (ITS) versus morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia: a pooled analysis of safety
ASA 2006

Minkowitz H, Hewitt D, Gargiulo K, Damaraju CV.
Comparison of the efficacy and safety of the fentanyl HCl patient-activated transdermal system (fentanyl HCl PATS) with morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) for acute postoperative pain management following abdominal or pelvic surgery
ASRA Fall Meeting 2005

Minkowitz H, Hewitt D, Gargiulo K.
Comparison of the efficacy and safety of the fentanyl patient-controlled transdermal system (PCTS) with morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) for acute postoperative pain management following abdominal or pelvic surgery.
PGA 2005

Minkowitz H, Hewitt D, Gargiulo K.
Design of a clinical trial to compare the efficacy and safety of the fentanyl patient-controlled transdermal system (PCTS) with morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) for acute postoperative pain management following abdominal or pelvic surgery
IASP 2005

Munoz-Ramon JM.
Fentanyl HCl iontophoretic transdermal system (fentanyl ITS) versus morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA): an evaluation of ease of care
EFIC 2006

Nelson WW, Schein JR, Gargiulo K, Evans CJ.
Nursing times associated with intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) and fentanyl iontophoretic transdermal system (ITS): a comparison of estimates from 2 Delphi panels
PGA 2006

Panchal S, Damaraju C, Nelson W, Schein J.
Occurrence and duration of analgesic gaps as a consequence of system-related events associated with the fentanyl HCl patient activated transdermal system vs. IV PCA
ASRA Spring Meeting 2006

Pestano C, Vallow S, Schein J.
Postoperative pain management following total hip replacement: ease of care with the fentanyl HCl patient-activated transdermal system (PATS) versus intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) with morphine from the perspective of the nurse
NAON 2006

Pestano C, Jones P, Gargiulo K.
Fentanyl iontophoretic transdermal system (ITS) versus morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) in elderly obese and elderly non-obese postoperative populations: patients’ assessment of mobility
AANA 2007

Phillips S, Vallow S, Gargiulo K, Damaraju CV, Hewitt D.
Ease of care of postoperative pain management following total hip replacement: fentanyl HCl patient-activated transdermal system (fentanyl HCl PATS) versus morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA)
ASRA Fall Meeting 2005

Phillips S, Gargiulo K, Vallow S, Hewitt D.
A comparison of the ease of care of postoperative pain management using the fentanyl patient-controlled transdermal system (PCTS) versus morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) following hip replacement surgery
PGA 2005

Polomano RC, Gargiulo K, Vallow S.
Nurse satisfaction and ease of care with patient-controlled postoperative pain management modalities: iontophoretic fentanyl HCl patient-activated transdermal system (PATS) versus intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) with morphine
ASPAN 2006

Power I, Grond S, Damaraju CV, Kershaw P, Viscusi ER.
Efficacy of fentanyl HCl iontophoretic transdermal system (ITS) for acute postoperative pain management: a pooled analysis of four clinical studies
EFIC 2006

Power I, Maciver CR, Willis M.
Ease of care of postoperative pain management using the fentanyl patient-controlled transdermal system (PCTS) or morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) in the EU
IASP 2005

Rathmell JP, Hewitt D, Wu S.
Effect of patient age and body mass index (BMI) on the efficacy of the iontophoretic fentanyl HCl patient-controlled transdermal system (PCTS) vs IV PCA morphine in the management of acute postoperative pain
ASRA Fall Meeting 2005
Rathmell JP, Melson T, Wilsey B, Kovac AL, Atkinson LE.
Evaluation of a patient-controlled transdermal fentanyl delivery system for acute postoperative pain management: a double-blind, multicenter, placebo-controlled trial
AAPM 2004

Rathmell J, Cantillo J, Wilsey B, Curry CS, Viscusi E.
A double-blind, multicenter, placebo-controlled trial incorporating the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) pain management standards in the evaluation of a patient-controlled transdermal fentanyl delivery system for acute postoperative pain management
APS 2004

Richarz U, Jones D.
Safety and innovation: a unique method to manage postoperative pain
ESA 2005

Sathyan G, Zomorodi K, Gidwani S, Gupta SK.
Pharmacokinetic evaluation of the fentanyl HCl patient-controlled transdermal system (PCTS) following different dosing patterns
AAPS 2004

Sinatra R, Grond S, Choe Y. Heisel O.
Efficacy and safety of the fentanyl HCl iontophoretic transdermal system (ITS) compared to placebo in post-operative acute pain management: a meta-analysis
PGA 2007

Viscusi E, Hewitt D, Kershaw P.
Efficacy of the fentanyl HCl patient-activated transdermal system (PATS) versus morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) for acute postoperative pain management in patient subgroups
ESA 2006

Viscusi E, Hewitt D, Kershaw P.
Efficacy and safety of the fentanyl HCl patient-activated transdermal system (PATS) versus morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) for acute postoperative pain management in patient subgroups: a pooled analysis of three clinical studies
ASRA Spring Meeting 2006

Viscusi ER, Richarz U, Kershaw P.
Does the analgesic used to titrate to comfort affect the efficacy/safety of fentanyl ITS or IV PCA?
ASA 2008

Wiebalck A, Van Bellinghen L, Kavanagh S, Schreder H, Annemans L.
Economic model-based evaluation of the fentanyl iontophoretic patient-activated transdermal system versus intravenous patient-controlled analgesia in postoperative pain management in Germany
WIP 2007

Wu S, Hewitt D.
The efficacy and safety of a patient-controlled transdermal fentanyl HCl analgesia system versus intravenous morphine patient-controlled analgesia for the management of acute pain after gynecologic surgery
WIP 2004

Yarmush J, Gargiulo K, Vallow S, Hewitt D.
Postoperative pain management using the fentanyl patient-activated transdermal system (fentanyl HCl PATS) versus morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) following abdominal or pelvic surgery: evaluation of ease of care
ASRA Fall Meeting 2005

Yarmush J, Gargiulo K, Vallow S, Hewitt D.
Postoperative pain management using the fentanyl patient-controlled transdermal system (PCTS) versus morphine intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV PCA) following abdominal or pelvic surgery: evaluation of ease of care
PGA 2005

Yarmush J, Rathmell JP, Hewitt DJ, Damaraju CV.
The safety and efficacy of fentanyl ITS versus morphine IV PCA in obese subjects
ASA 2007

Yfantopoulos I, Papanicolaou S, Papagiannopoulou V, Van Bellinghen LA, Annemans L.
The relative cost-effectiveness of the fentanyl HCL patient-activated transdermal system (ITS) in acute post-operative pain management (POPM) in Greece
EU ISPOR 2007