There are two driver files that I've run across, SBCD.SYS and CDMKE.SYS. Either will work, as they're both made for the Panasonic drive interface, but they have slightly different syntax. I think CDMKE.SYS is a generic driver distributed by Panasonic (or Matsushita if you prefer), while SBCD.SYS is Creative's customized version.
I have two systems with that Panasonic drive, and I don't remember which driver I ended up settling on or what the syntax was for sure, but I do remember there being different switches. One of them wanted the sound card's I/O address, while the other one wanted the CD interface's I/O address. The actual interface I/O is +0x10 from the base address, so, assuming A220, the CD address would be 230. AlaricD's response sounds right to me, with there being a specific "SB" switch to tell the driver you were providing the base I/O address, and to calculate the CD I/O address from that. I think you could also use /P:230 to specify directly. The SBCD.SYS, I believe, only took the /P switch. One of them (MKE?) also had a /Q or something that would fail quietly if you got the wrong address or didn't have the drive connected. I use this in mutli-driver boot disk configs.
Likewise with the Mitsumi and Sony interfaces, BTW, if you were to use a Multi-CD card and had any one of the trio of 2x CD-ROMs that were popular in multimedia kits at the time. The drivers I have for both of those want the CD I/O address as well.
All of the cables for these drives are plain, straight-through pinouts. The Panasonic and Mitsumi are 40-pin straight-through, while the Sony is 34-pin straight-through. If you're re-using IDE cables, only use 40-conductor (vs. Ultra 80-conductor) and preferably single-drive cables. For the Sony, if you're re-using a floppy cable, make sure there's no twist. I ended up making a handy cable with 34- and 40-pin connectors on each end (trimming off the 6 extra conductors at the 40-pin header) that I could use with any of the three.