Products/Services for ECG Cables And Leads

  • Medical Cable Assemblies-Image
    Medical Cable Assemblies - (72 companies)
    Long-life patient interfaces include medical cable assemblies for ultrasound imaging and ECG diagnostic testing. These cables are durable, flexible and wear-resistant. Limited-use interfaces include ICU and CCU monitor cables, as well as ECG diagnostic... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Cable Assemblies - (1966 companies)
    Cable assemblies are collections of wires or cables banded into a single unit with connectors on at least one end. How to Select Cable Assemblies. Cable assemblies are collections of wires or cables banded or bound in a single unit with connectors... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Cable Ties - (713 companies)
    Cable ties hold groups of cables together for support and ease of maintenance. How to Select Cable Ties. Image Credit: Digi-Key | Grainger. Cable ties, also known as a zip-tie or tie-wrap, hold groups of cables together for support and ease... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Photovoltaic (PV) System Cables - (23 companies)
    Solar Cable Systems are cables or cable assemblies that are used for distributing power from photovoltaic installations. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Cable Trays - (276 companies)
    Cable trays are rigid-type trays used as raceways for cables and wires. How to Select Cable Trays. Cable trays are components of support systems for power and communications cables and wires. A cable tray system supports and protects both power... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Coaxial Cables and Triaxial Cables - (775 companies)
    ...but are more expensive than coax. The GlobalSpec SpecSearch database categorizes cables in this product as either coaxial or triaxial. When selecting products, industrial buyers should specify the cable shielding style along with its jacket and dielectric... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Cable Carriers - (132 companies)
    Cable carriers are constructed of flexible links and are used to organize and manage cables and hoses for moving applications. Cable carriers organize conduits such as cables, hoses, and chains through a series of flexible links. They are used... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Computer Cables - (292 companies)
    ...and other digital devices that use FireWire, an interface standard developed by Apple and adopted by the IEEE. FireWire supports hot swapping and allows the transmission of data, video and audio over a single cable at very high bit rates. VGA cables... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Network Cables - (794 companies)
    How to Select Network Cables. Network cables are used in the transmission of data across networks. Choices include Fibre Channel, FireWire or IEEE 1394, GPIB, serial, parallel, patch, SCSI, Ethernet and USB. Specifications include cable type... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Multiconductor Cables - (752 companies)
    How to Select Multiconductor Cables. Multiconductor cables contain two or more conductors. Each conductor consists of a single wire or a combination of wires. Cable Types. The most common types of multiconductor cables are plenum, non-plenum... Search by Specification | Learn More
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...is an electrocardiogram monitoring system that eliminates lead wires and trunk cables between patients and bedside 12-lead or transport ECG monitors, allowing freedom of movement throughout the hospital. The system is manufactured by (Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA). EMDM - May 2005 - MDEA 2005 - Winners. Skip to : [Content...

...modules, and power supplies. The company provides engineering support, application studies, and testing of the final products. Supercool AB, G oteborg, Sweden. ECG cables, lead wires ECG cables and lead wires are designed and manufactured for OEMs worldwide. The company's R &D department...

...electrical activity is characterized by very feeble signals. Perhaps the most common case is an electrocardiogram (ECG), with input signals around 10 uV. Electromyogram (EMG) signals are even weaker, with signals around 1 uV. For perspective, contrast this with industrial sensors that typically produce...

...director Grant Gibson, who fielded questions about the launch from the company's stand at Medica. One-piece blood pressure cuffs developed for OEM applications have been shown to last more than 100,000 inflation cycles. The convergence of Pryon's noninvasive blood pressure, ECG, and capnography...

...available. ECG Cables and Lead Wires (ANSI/AAMI EC53 1995) Allows cable lead wires to be interchanged between ECG monitors with isolated patient connections by establishing a common cable lead wire connector interface. Performance and safety criteria for patient cables and lead wires used...

...diagnosis and treatment options. The LifeSync Wireless ECG System by GMP Wireless Medicine Inc. uses Bluetooth to eliminate lead wires and trunk cables. It works with existing hospital equipment. LifeSync Wireless ECG System. As the device industry moves into wireless communication, it is only...

...stress is evenly distributed among all the conductors, thus extending service life. The company’s hybrid cable systems combine up to four streams of diagnostic data in a single round cable. Designed for use with an all-in-one patient-monitoring system, the cable can measure and transmit SPO2, ECG...

...monitoring system that eliminates lead wires and trunk cables between patients and bedside 12-lead or transport ECG monitors, allowing freedom of movement throughout the hospital. Dental Instruments, Equipment, and Supplies OptraGate, manufactured by SFS intec AG (Altstatten, Switzerland). OptraGate...

...the patient. However, the decisions about whether the lead cable is an applied part have been inconsistent. The third edition provides diagrams that show some types of medical electrical equipment (such as the ECG example) and explains how to determine which are applied parts. It also illustrates...

...an infant respiratory monitor's ECG leads were improperly connected to a line power supply (one case involved an extension cord, the other a wall receptacle), and the monitored child was electrocuted.3 One protective measure to prevent accidents such as these is keying the connectors and associated ports...

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