Patient Monitoring cable assemblies transmit signals from electrodes or sensors placed on the patient's body to the monitoring instrument that processes the signals. TE helps your product measure a wide variety of physiological parameters such as electrocardiogram (ECG), blood oxygen saturation (SpO2), blood pressure, and temperature.
Different monitoring systems require different patient-end connectors. TE has expertise in designing and sourcing a diversity of electrode and sensor connectors.
Patient lead wires connect sensors and electrodes located all over the body to the main trunk cable. TE can provide a number of solutions to help meet the needs of your patient lead wires, including shielded or unshielded; individual or ribbonized; standard or anatomical; reusable or single-use.
Filtering, signal processing, or energy protection components are often located in the cable yoke in patient monitoring applications. TE can help you find the right balance of electrical performance, mechanical properties and value for your unique application.
Durability requirements are critical when designing trunk cables that must perform, even when twisted, stepped-on or rolled-over by heavy hospital equipment. TE performs rigorous testing to help you meet the challenging use environments you identify.
The system connector must survive multiple mate-demate cycles while reliably transferring signals from the cable assembly to the monitoring instrument. TE can design in standard connectors, like an AAMI or D-subminiature, or custom connectors with special functions such as unique key configurations or illumination to fit the needs of your end-user.
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