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Design, development and manufacturing of guide wires

Deamx provides a variety of world-class medical catheters, medical guide wires, ODM products, precision tubing, precision injection molds, intelligent manufacturing production lines and other services.

Angiography guidewires

Angiography guidewires manufactured by Demax are meticulously crafted from high-grade materials such as stainless steel or nitinol. These materials offer excellent mechanical properties, including flexibility, durability, and kink resistance, essential for navigating through tortuous vessels and performing intricate vascular procedures with precision. Additionally, some guidewires feature hydrophilic coatings to enhance lubricity and minimize friction during navigation, further improving procedural success rates and patient comfort. With their advanced composition and precision engineering, Demax angiography guidewires set the standard for excellence in vascular intervention tools, empowering healthcare professionals to deliver superior care to their patients.

Hydrophilic Guidewire 

The composition of hydrophilic-coated guidewires typically consists of a core material, such as stainless steel or nitinol, surrounded by a hydrophilic polymer coating. Stainless steel provides the necessary rigidity and structural integrity to the guidewire, enabling it to withstand the forces encountered during navigation through the body. On the other hand, nitinol, a shape-memory alloy, offers flexibility and elasticity, allowing the guidewire to adapt to the contours of anatomical structures without sacrificing durability.

The hydrophilic coating, usually composed of PTFE or similar material, serves as a lubricious layer that reduces friction and enhances the guidewire’s ability to glide smoothly through the vasculature or other bodily passages. This coating undergoes a specialized manufacturing process to ensure uniformity and durability, enabling the guidewire to maintain its hydrophilic properties throughout the duration of the procedure.