Patient safety related to medication infusion devices has received considerable attention recently. Critical adverse patient outcomes have resulted from misprogrammed delivery devices, inherent flaws in device design, and human error. A key strategy to improving patient safety is the development of an interdisciplinary team in product selection and the inclusion of registered nurses in the process. Such a process would include salient elements of each professional viewpoint and consider product impact on practice. No formal product selection guidelines exist which consider patient safety. This article outlines the process undertaken at University Health Network in the selection of its most recent patient-controlled analgesia device. Various available products were excluded from the selection process based on the interdisciplinary review.