Our Solution

Save time and improve patient comfort with the patented SOLO-DEX Fascile® catheter for Continuous Peripheral Nerve Block (CPNB). The patented Fascile® Catheter System overcomes the constraints that prevent you from providing a continuous block to every patient. Designed by actively practicing anesthesiologists for all anesthesiologists. Improves self-administered, non-opiate, postoperative pain management.

Fascile Insertion Demonstrated

Why use SOLO-DEX Fascile® for cPNB?

SOLO-DEX Fascile® cPNB 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. Patients report fewer side effects such as phrenic involvement, Horner’s syndrome, hoarseness, and excessive numbness. It also lowers the need for opioids and often eliminates them completely. This continuous pain management reduces doctor visits and hospitalizations due to uncontrolled pain.

  • 5,000+ patients treated
  • FDA cleared (K151072) and the CE marked
  • US patent 8986283 and other patents pending

Fascile® is a Fast, One-Hand Procedure

The SOLO-DEX Fascile® cPNB simplifies and accelerates cPNB placement; improving patient comfort and post-procedure pain management. Patients report the need for opioids is drastically reduced and often eliminated altogether.

With the SOLO-DEX Fascile® device, placing the catheter is a simple five-minute procedure, it is as easy as inserting an IV and requires no specialized training.

Our device can be placed with one hand, freeing your second hand to manage the ultrasound probe, without needing an assistant. The patented design diminishes catheter movement concerns and limits occlusion, precisely addressing the patient’s pain management needs.

How Does It Work?

Patented features make placing a SOLO-DEX Fascile® a fast, one-hand procedure, ensuring a nerve block that is safe and effective.

  • Curved over the needle catheter with multiple distal holes retains its shape, allows for less dislodgement and improved position retention, while optimizing delivery of pain medication to the target nerves.
  • Includes a Touhy tipped needle - a standard for the administration of local anesthetic solution near peripheral nerves.
  • The stimulator attachment clip allows for optional nerve stimulation.

Sundar Rajendran, MD


Dr. Rajendran received his MD from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and completed his residency at St. Luke’s UMKC program in Kansas City. He also did a fellowship in Regional Anesthesia at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle. His 20 years of practice have focused on nerve block procedures for surgery. He trains clinicians in Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia and volunteers as a University of Colorado Medical Center faculty member.

Dan Kopacz, MD


Dr. Kopacz has been a leader in regional anesthesia for more than 25 years. He did a Regional Anesthesia Fellowship at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle. He’s authored more than 80 research articles and book chapters on regional anesthesia and was an editor for the Journal of the American Society of Regional Anesthesia (ASRA). He was responsible for changing residency requirements in anesthesiology to include mandatory regional anesthesia training.

Patient Testimonial

B.B. - Rotator Cuff Surgery

“The catheter nerve block provided continuous pain relief. I used the system for four days after the operation. I was able to begin physical therapy two days post-op which sped up my recovery process. I never felt the need to take the opioid medication that was prescribed by my doctor. I removed the catheter myself at home and returned the pump in the pre-paid postage box. The system was very easy to use and lessened my anxiety regarding pain from the surgery.”

SOLO-DEX Fascile® cPNB Mini Kit includes:

  • Curved, multi-orifice catheter
  • Modified Touhy Tip Needle
  • Straightening Straw
  • Extension Tube
  • 0.2 Micron Filter

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Happens only once every four years — bringing together the world’s five regional anesthesia and pain medicine societies as we share the latest research and education for the most efficient, safest, and highest-quality practice for our patients. Held in conjunction with ASRA’s 43rd Annual Regional Anesthesiology & Acute Pain Medicine Meeting. Regional anesthesiology, acute pain, and chronic pain content all in one global educational event…5 societies, 4 years in the making!

Program Features

Thursday, April 19th | 5:45-7PM
Stop by our booth #108 for a demonstration and more information
Exhibit Hall (5th floor)

Friday, April 20th | 8:00 AM
SOLO-DEX Fascile® cPNB  Video Presentation
Dr Rajendran and Dr Kopacz 

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