Molded snap leads

November 15, 2012

Though color coding is the primary means of identifying snap leads, molded initials on the snaps are an additional way of verifying correct attachment. The easy–to-read letters C,RL,LL,RA,LA reinforce identification. Bioconnect, a U.S. manufacturer of products for the Medical and OEM marketplace, offers, as a custom application, injection molding in positive relief on its 3 and 5 lead shielded or unshielded snap assemblies. Santoprene® and vinyl are available in any color and can be coordinated with our standard 3 and 5 lead cables. Assemblies are sold in singles, sets, packs of 10 singles, packages of 5 and 10 sets and bundles of 100 singles.

Neuro-leads with disc electrodes

November 15, 2012

Tangle resistant, high conduction wires used in silicone and non-silicone products have multi-stranded center conductors for maximum flexibility and low signal loss. The Bioconnect silicone jacket is medical grade silicone with a low durometer to maintain high flexibility of the leads. Silicone is the “Gold Standard” in material choice in busy clinics relying on high use potential leads. Silicone jackets have a longer use life than other jacketing materials, saving money over long term use. Silicone is virtually impervious to most solvents found in hospital environments, yet is comfortable when in contact with the patient.

Neuro-leads with disc electrodes

November 15, 2012

Tangle resistant, high conduction wires used in silicone and non-silicone products have multi-stranded center conductors for maximum flexibility and low signal loss. The Bioconnect silicone jacket is medical grade silicone with a low durometer to maintain high flexibility of the leads. Silicone is the “Gold Standard” in material choice in busy clinics relying on high use potential leads. Silicone jackets have a longer use life than other jacketing materials, saving money over long term use. Silicone is virtually impervious to most solvents found in hospital environments, yet is comfortable when in contact with the patient.

Universal Leads

November 15, 2012

Due to repeated handling, patient monitoring leadwires wear out much faster than the cable they are attached to. This necessitates the consumption of large quantities of leads for a wide variety of equipment. Bioconnect’s replacement leads feature DIN overmolded DIN sockets that have a positive fit with any brand of AAMI approved cables. However, Bioconnect’s AAMI cable series is designed and manufactured specifically to maximize retention with their brand of leads.

Twin Pin Cable Assemblies

November 15, 2012

Twin-pin connectors are used in the conductive circuit from the patient to an ECG device. The shielded leads protect the weak ECG electrical waveforms from the effects of extraneous RF energy. Twin-pin connectors are popularly used in the ECG industry and are now offered by Bioconnect. Because of its many desirable qualities, Bioconnect uses Santoprene® as a primary molding material and outer insulation material in all of their standard ECG products, including twin-pin leads. Bioconnect has provided high quality, American made patient medical cables since 1989.

Sp02 Cables

November 15, 2012

Bioconnect has now added SpO2 sensors to its product line. Medical cables and leadwires that connect hospital equipment to patients has been Bioconnect’s manufacturing niche since it was founded in 1989. With the addition of Sp02 sensor cables, hospital purchasing agents now have the convenience of ordering all these products from a single source, thereby, simplifying the buying process. Bioconnect Sp02 sensors are designed and manufactured in the U.S. The variety of Sp02 products carried include: finger sensor cables for adults, small adults, juveniles, and pediatrics. Ear, omni-site and veterinary sensors are also available. The product line is rounded out with fetal cables, extensions cables, adapter cables, repair kits and accessories.

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