Custom 5 Core Special Purpose Carbon Fiber Medical Cable

Conductor:Carbon Fibre+Kevlar



Jacket:TPU 5040




Technical Specification

Items Specification
Products name
Model OE105X-002
Conductor  Material Carbon Fibre+Kevlar
 Specification 3000K+200DKevlar*5F
 Insulation  Material HDPE
 Nom.Thickness 0.24
 Nom.O.D. ø1.00士0.10
 Colour Red/White/Green/Yellow/Gray
 Jacket  Material PVC
 Nom.Thickness 0.38
 Nom.O.D. ø2.0士0.10/10.0士0.20
 Colour Blue
Carbon fiber wires have various important applications in the medical field, primarily due to their excellent physical and chemical properties that make them suitable for medical devices and treatments. Here are some main application areas:
  1. Diagnostic Imaging: Carbon fiber wires are widely used in medical imaging equipment such as X-ray and CT scanning devices for supports, brackets, and other structural components. These wires provide stable support structures and help optimize image quality due to their high strength and lightweight characteristics.
  2. Surgical Instruments: Carbon fiber wires are used as components in surgical instruments such as guide wires, stents, dilators, etc. Their high strength and corrosion resistance enable precise and stable surgical support, reducing risks and inconveniences during surgeries.
  3. Biological Sensors: Carbon fiber wires are employed in manufacturing biological sensors like blood glucose monitors and biosensors. Leveraging carbon fiber’s conductivity and biocompatibility, these sensors can accurately monitor physiological parameters, transmit data when necessary, and provide feedback for real-time monitoring and treatment management.
  4. Neurostimulation: Carbon fiber wires are also utilized in neuroscience research and treatments, serving as electrodes for Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) or neural signal recording. These wires provide stable electrical signal transmission, supporting precise neural modulation and research.
Overall, carbon fiber cables are pivotal in modern medicine due to their unique combination of strength, lightweight nature, biocompatibility, flexible and radiolucency. These properties contribute to their widespread adoption across diagnostic imaging, surgical interventions, biomedical sensors, neurostimulation, and drug delivery systems, ultimately improving patient outcomes and advancing medical technologies.
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