CODMAN® 3000 Implantable Constant-Flow Infusion Pump

Discontinuation of the CODMAN® 3000 Constant Flow Pump

In April 2018 we announced the decision to discontinue manufacturing, sale, and promotion of the CODMAN® 3000 Constant Flow Pump. Our primary concern is meeting the needs of patients, their families and health care providers who rely on us. We share a deep commitment to the health of these patients and with great urgency have engaged with the FDA and leading members of the medical community to identify an alternative viable solution. The ongoing care of patients who have been implanted with a CODMAN® 3000 Constant Flow Pump remains a top priority for us.  We will continue to supply hospitals, health care providers and patients with required accessories and consumables, such as refill kits, and we are continuing to provide 24-hour clinical and technical support, as well as general customer service support via our clinical support line and customer service line.



For 24-hour Clinical Support call 1-800-660-2660.

Email: [email protected]


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Please contact the Codman Customer Service Center at 800-225-0460.



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Important information: Prior to use, refer to the instructions for use supplied with this device for indications, contraindications, side effects, warnings and precautions.

Caution: US law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician

As with any surgical procedure, the procedure to implant the CODMAN® 3000 Infusion Pump may present risks. Patients should consult with their doctors to discuss whether these types of procedures may be appropriate for them.