Electrical devices must have changed the way of things are carried now. But the level of advancement has made every field so much intrigued due to electrical energy that it has now started to make other fields efficient and effective. Electrical devices which are being used in medical industry have certainly indulged so many processes to become possible only due to its presence only.
Technology oriented environment become less prone to get indulge with errors and risk element. It is a fact! Comparatively the digital world has provided better results than the analog world. So, people really like to use the edge that these electrical devices has created. Data transmission has been possible due to the medical electrical cables that have been used inside these medical devices.
Electrical Cables and its types
There are many types and uses for medical cables. There is a broad range of products and capabilities to support varying applications. One of many strengths of medical micro cables is that these cable assemblies are complex fine wire bundles. These are traditionally found in ultrasound imaging environments for medical probe cables in both medical and non-medical applications where precision and performance are paramount.
However, there are customized cables to meet specific needs depending on the application or equipment. This expertise can be expanded upon to other applications such as endoscopes, catheters, and animal probes.
Endoscopy and ultrasound probes
Micro cables are abundantly used in the medical devices being used for endoscopy. Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) is a procedure that allows a doctor to obtain images and information about the digestive tract and the surrounding tissue and organs, including the lungs. Ultrasound testing uses sound waves to make a picture of internal organs.
An EUS is a type of endoscopic examination. It involves the insertion of a thin tube into the mouth and down into the stomach and the first part of the small intestine. At the tip of the tube is a small ultrasound probe that emits sound waves.