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Medical cables are specialized cables used in various medical devices, equipment, and systems for diagnostic, therapeutic, monitoring, and surgical purposes.
Here are some common types of medical cables:

  1. Electrocardiogram (ECG) Cables: These cables connect electrodes to an ECG machine to record the electrical activity of the heart. They typically consist of multiple leads with connectors for attaching electrodes to the patient's chest, limbs, or other body parts.

  2. Electroencephalogram (EEG) Cables: Similar to ECG cables, EEG cables connect electrodes to an EEG machine to measure brain activity. They come in various configurations to accommodate different electrode placements on the scalp.

  3. Electromyogram (EMG) Cables: EMG cables connect electrodes to an EMG machine to record the electrical activity of muscles. They are used in neuromuscular testing and diagnosis.

  4. Pulse Oximetry Cables: These cables connect pulse oximeter sensors to a pulse oximeter device to measure oxygen saturation levels in the blood and pulse rate. They may include finger probes, ear probes, or other types of sensors.

  5. Patient Monitoring Cables: These cables connect various sensors and electrodes to patient monitoring systems to measure parameters such as heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory rate, and temperature. They may include ECG leads, temperature probes, blood pressure cuffs, and other sensors.

  6. Ultrasound Cables: Ultrasound cables connect ultrasound probes to ultrasound machines to transmit and receive ultrasound signals for imaging purposes. They are designed to minimize signal interference and provide high-quality imaging.

  7. Endoscope Cables: Endoscope cables connect endoscopes to imaging systems for visualizing internal organs and tissues during diagnostic or surgical procedures. They may include fiber optic bundles for transmitting light and images.

  8. Surgical Instrument Cables: These cables connect surgical instruments, such as powered surgical tools or robotic devices, to control consoles or power sources. They are designed to withstand sterilization procedures and maintain signal integrity during surgery.

  9. Defibrillator Cables: Defibrillator cables connect defibrillator pads or paddles to a defibrillator device for delivering electrical shocks to the heart during cardiac arrest or arrhythmias.

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Usage/ApplicationMedical Equipments
Model Name/NumberSFI-MCB-901
BrandSAFEX INCs
Packaging TypePacket
MaterialPlastic
Country of OriginMade in India

Medical cables are specialized cables used in various medical devices, equipment, and systems for diagnostic, therapeutic, monitoring, and surgical purposes. They are designed to meet specific medical standards and requirements for safety, reliability, and performance. Here are some common types of medical cables:

  1. Electrocardiogram (ECG) Cables: These cables connect electrodes to an ECG machine to record the electrical activity of the heart. They typically consist of multiple leads with connectors for attaching electrodes to the patient's chest, limbs, or other body parts.

  2. Electroencephalogram (EEG) Cables: Similar to ECG cables, EEG cables connect electrodes to an EEG machine to measure brain activity. They come in various configurations to accommodate different electrode placements on the scalp.

  3. Electromyogram (EMG) Cables: EMG cables connect electrodes to an EMG machine to record the electrical activity of muscles. They are used in neuromuscular testing and diagnosis.

  4. Pulse Oximetry Cables: These cables connect pulse oximeter sensors to a pulse oximeter device to measure oxygen saturation levels in the blood and pulse rate. They may include finger probes, ear probes, or other types of sensors.

  5. Patient Monitoring Cables: These cables connect various sensors and electrodes to patient monitoring systems to measure parameters such as heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory rate, and temperature. They may include ECG leads, temperature probes, blood pressure cuffs, and other sensors.

  6. Ultrasound Cables: Ultrasound cables connect ultrasound probes to ultrasound machines to transmit and receive ultrasound signals for imaging purposes. They are designed to minimize signal interference and provide high-quality imaging.

  7. Endoscope Cables: Endoscope cables connect endoscopes to imaging systems for visualizing internal organs and tissues during diagnostic or surgical procedures. They may include fiber optic bundles for transmitting light and images.

  8. Surgical Instrument Cables: These cables connect surgical instruments, such as powered surgical tools or robotic devices, to control consoles or power sources. They are designed to withstand sterilization procedures and maintain signal integrity during surgery.

  9. Defibrillator Cables: Defibrillator cables connect defibrillator pads or paddles to a defibrillator device for delivering electrical shocks to the heart during cardiac arrest or arrhythmias.



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Bipolar Forceps Cable Cautery Electro surgery Cord Autoclavable silicone
  • Bipolar Forceps Cable Cautery Electro surgery Cord Autoclavable silicone
  • Bipolar Forceps Cable Cautery Electro surgery Cord Autoclavable silicone
  • Bipolar Forceps Cable Cautery Electro surgery Cord Autoclavable silicone

Bipolar Forceps Cable Cautery Electro surgery Cord Autoclavable silicone

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MaterialSilicone Autoclavable
Shape150 Grams
Weight150
Usage/ApplicationHospital
DisposabilityReusable
Cable Length3 Metre
Country of OriginMade in India

Bipolar forceps cables
SAFEX Bipolar forceps cables are specialized cables used in bipolar electrosurgery, a technique commonly employed in various surgical procedures to control bleeding and dissect tissues with precision. Bipolar electrosurgery involves the use of two electrodes, typically in the form of forceps or graspers, which are both used to grasp tissue and deliver electrical energy simultaneously. Unlike traditional monopolar electrosurgery, which requires a separate return electrode pad, bipolar electrosurgery uses the two electrodes within the forceps themselves, reducing the risk of stray currents and minimizing damage to surrounding tissues.

Here are some key features and considerations regarding bipolar forceps cables:

  1. Construction: SAFEX Bipolar forceps cables are typically constructed with high-quality, medical-grade materials to ensure durability, reliability, and safety during surgical procedures. The cables are designed to withstand repeated sterilization cycles and rigorous use in the operating room environment.

  2. Connector Types: Bipolar forceps cables may feature various connector types, depending on the specific electrosurgical generator or device being used. Common connector types include banana plugs, bayonet connectors, or proprietary connectors designed to interface with specific electrosurgical units.

  3. Length and Flexibility: The length and flexibility of bipolar forceps cables can vary depending on the surgical application and user preferences. Longer cables provide greater reach and flexibility during procedures, while shorter cables may offer more control and maneuverability in confined spaces.

  4. Insulation and Shielding: Bipolar forceps cables are insulated and shielded to minimize the risk of electrical leakage or interference. The insulation and shielding help maintain the integrity of the electrical signal and prevent unintended tissue damage or patient injury.

  5. Compatibility: It's essential to ensure that the bipolar forceps cables are compatible with the electrosurgical generator or device being used. Proper compatibility ensures seamless integration and optimal performance during surgical procedures.

  6. Sterilization: Bipolar forceps cables must be compatible with standard sterilization methods, such as autoclaving or chemical sterilization, to maintain aseptic conditions in the operating room and prevent the spread of infection.



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Ecg Cable For Ecg Machine

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Lead Number6
Usage/ApplicationECG
CertificationsRoHS Compliant, ISO10993 1
Lead Cable colorGrey
  1. ECG (electrocardiogram) cable

  2. An ECG (electrocardiogram) cable is an essential component for connecting the electrodes to the ECG machine. It allows the machine to capture the electrical signals produced by the heart and display them graphically for analysis. When selecting an ECG cable for an ECG machine, consider the following factors:

    1. Compatibility: Ensure that the cable is compatible with your ECG machine model. Different machines may have different connector types and configurations.

    2. Number of leads: ECG cables come in various configurations to accommodate different numbers of leads. Common configurations include 3-lead, 5-lead, 10-lead, and 12-lead cables. Choose the appropriate number of leads based on the type of ECG recording you need (e.g., standard 12-lead ECG or a more basic monitoring setup).

    3. Cable length: Choose a cable length that provides sufficient reach for positioning the electrodes on the patient comfortably while still allowing flexibility for movement.

    4. Durability: Look for ECG cables made from durable materials that can withstand repeated use and handling without damage. Reinforced connectors and strain relief features can help prolong the cable's lifespan.

    5. Ease of cleaning: ECG cables should be easy to clean and disinfect between uses to maintain hygiene standards in clinical settings.

    6. Compatibility with electrodes: Ensure that the cable connectors are compatible with the electrodes you intend to use. Some cables may have proprietary connectors that require specific electrodes from the same manufacturer.

    7. Patient comfort: Choose a cable that minimizes discomfort for the patient during ECG recordings. Soft and flexible cables with lightweight materials can help enhance patient comfort.

    8. Warranty and support: Check if the manufacturer provides warranties or support services for the ECG cable in case of any issues or defects.

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Patient Monitor Cables

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Patient Monitor Cables
Patient monitor cables are integral components used in medical settings to link various sensors and electrodes to patient monitoring systems. These cables transmit critical physiological data, including ECG (electrocardiogram), SpO2 (blood oxygen saturation), blood pressure, temperature, and other vital signs, from the patient to the monitoring equipment. They come in various configurations and connectors tailored to different monitoring needs, ensuring accurate signal transmission for comprehensive patient care and monitoring

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