FDA Cleared (K151072)
US patent 8986283
Bringing Innovation to the Pain Management Market
The SOLO-DEX Fascile catheter over-the-needle technology allows operators to place the facile continuous peripheral nerve block catheter in just 5 minutes for procedures such as shoulder repair, hip and knee replacement and general surgical procedures. The modified Touhy tipped needle and optimal stiffness optimize placement.
Once placed, SOLO-DEX catheters remain in place. Fascile catheters allow for the continuous modulation of medication for days of pain free recovery. Medication delivered by the Solo-Dex Fascile catheter may be adjusted for optimal timing, dilution and volume. Facile catheters have multiple distal holes for improved spread and less occlusion. Complex manipulation is not required with a Solo-Dex Fascile placement. One hand is on the ultrasound probe, the other on the catheter. To release the catheter simply withdraw the needle.
Sophisticated design does not need to be complex. The patented Fascile Catheter System is the new standard of care for acute pain management because it is fast, simple to use, reliable and stays in place. Designed by anesthesiologists for anesthesiologists.
Why SOLO-DEX Fascile® – the new standard of care for acute pain management?
Sophisticated design does not need to be complex. Solo-Dex was designed by anesthesiologists for anesthesiologists. Their mission: to develop the simplest, highest performing catheter for cPNB. The result, an MRI compatible, echogenic cPNB device that is inserted using one hand, by a single operator, using ultra-low doses of the local anesthetic solution, and without the need for sterile drapes or gloves. The Solo-Dex products includes a variety of catheter products suitable for various procedural applications and anatomical variation.
Solo-Dex cPNB kits are uniquely MRI compatible, contain the components required for placement, are single use, sold sterile and feature a modified Touhy tip needle, with a fenestrated, memory curve catheter, luer connectors, a filter, connector tubing, tubing blocks and catheter securement devices.
- Avoids general anesthesia risks
- Trims surgical recovery time
- Accelerates surgical discharge
- Reduces the need for opioids for days of at home recovery
- Reduces clinical costs
- Increases patient satisfaction
- Reduces surgical staff exposure to infection