The marker band ring is a marking...
The marker band ring is a marking ring used as an X-ray imaging mark for the distal working area in interventional therapy. It is disposable medical material. Tantalum is a new type of maker band material. Tantalum is a corrosion-resistant metal and has a very good affinity with human tissues. , And the price is lower than the common platinum-iridium developing ring.
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Availability date: 03/01/2013
Tantalum Marker Bands are essential tools for minimally invasive cardiovascular treatment. These bands, also known as tantalum imaging rings, enable doctors to accurately locate catheter positions during interventional treatment. Due to its high density, X-ray impermeability, and good biocompatibility, tantalum is widely used in medical devices. Moreover, its cost-effectiveness affords it an advantageous position compared to more expensive materials such as platinum-iridium alloys. By improving the accuracy of procedures, Tantalum Marker Bands enhance patients' overall surgical outcomes.
After completion, watch with a microscope, Tantalum marker band ring has features of average metal gloss, no color changed by hydrogenation and oxidation, no scratch, no deformation, no skin needling, etc.
Tantalum Marker Bands and Platinum-iridium Marker Bands have commonly used tools in interventional surgery. Compared with platinum-iridium, Tantalum has advantages such as good biocompatibility, X-ray impermeability, high density, and low cost.
Tantalum Marker Bands are widely used in interventional medicine to mark the position of catheters and stents, providing accurate guidance for surgery. The main applications of Tantalum Marker Bands are:
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