Echogenic, Non-Stimulating Single Shot Plane Block Needle

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Echogenic, Non-Stimulating Single Shot Plane Block Needle

Plane blocks like TAP, QL, ESP etc. are gaining momentum and are a valuable alternative to Epidural Anesthesia or General Anesthesia. However, these blocks rely solely on users experience and needle shaft and tip echogenicity.
With SonoTAP, Pajunk has developed a special plane block needle for ultrasound guidance only. Like the SonoPlex, the SonoTAP also includes the patented Cornerstone Reflectors for best needle echogenicity possible, irrespective of the insertion angle.

SonoTAP Overview

SonoTAP Features & Advantages

1. Echogenic Needle Tip

  • Facet tip with two inclination angles
  • Improves needle tip visibility under ultrasound

2. Cornerstone Reflectors

  • 360 degree graduations on the first 20 mm of the needle
  • Optimised ultrasound visibility of needle shaft and needle tip
  • Reliable and optimised needle visualisation at any angle

3. Depth Markings

  • Easy to read and identify

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Item descriptionItem no.Purchase Unit

24G x 40mm ( 1 5/8") with Facet Tip


22G x 50mm (2") with Facet Tip


22G x 80mm (3 1/5") with Facet Tip


21G x 110mm (4 1/3") with Facet Tip


21G x 150mm (6") with Facet Tip

Sono Needles Brochure
GuRU Poster Anaesthesia

Incl. 4 posters for: upper limb, lower limb, trunk and ankle. Dedicated to Anaesthesiologists

GuRU Poster Emergency Medicine

Incl. 2 posters for: Trauma and Thoracic Trauma. Dedicated to Emergency Doctors and other non-anaesthesia professionals who deal with trauma patients

SonoTAP Instruction for use


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2 Fuzier R., Casalprim J., Bataille B., Harper I., Magues J. P.,The echogenicity of nerve blockade needles, Anaesthesia 2015; 70: 462-466
3 Hebard S., Hocking G. Echogenic technology can improve needle visibility during ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia, Reg. Anesth. Pain Med. 2011March–April; 36(2): 185–189
4 Sviggum H. P., Ahn K., Dilger J. A., Smith H. M. Needle echogenicity in sonographically guided regional anesthesia: blinded comparison of 4 enhanced needles and validation of visual criteria for evaluation, J. Ultrasound Med. 2013 Jan; 32(1): 143–148
5 Uppal V., Sondekoppam R. V., Ganapathy S. Effect of beam steering on the visibility of echogenic and non-echogenic needles: a laboratory study, Can. J. Anesth. 2014 Oct; 61(10): 909–915
6 Wiesmann T., Bornträger A., Zoremba M., Neff M., Wulf H., Steinfeldt T. Compound imaging technology and echogenic needle design: effects on needle visibility and tissue imaging, Reg. Anesth. Pain Med. 2013 Sep–Oct; 38(5): 452–455

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