The Application of Carbon Fiber in Medical CT Bed Boards

11 November 23

Carbon fiber materials offer significant performance advantages, especially with high modulus and strength, making them well-suited for high-performance applications. Additionally, their low density has led to excellent applications in the lightweight domain, with carbon fiber CT bed boards being a common and effective product in the medical field.

Let’s delve into the actual performance of these CT bed boards.
1.Durability: Carbon fiber composite materials boast high strength, stiffness, toughness, impact resistance, scratch resistance, ease of cleaning, moisture and fire resistance, chemical corrosion resistance, and oxidation resistance. These characteristics ensure the durability and safety of the bed board.
2.Support: Carbon fiber CT bed boards utilize a “sandwich” structure composed of carbon fiber composite materials and foam core. This structure effectively disperses and transfers external loads, enhancing the bed board’s load-bearing capacity and stability.
3.X-ray Transparency: Carbon fiber composite materials exhibit extremely low X-ray absorption and scattering rates. This allows X-rays to irradiate the bed board at any angle without refraction or deviation, improving imaging clarity and accuracy. This feature reduces X-ray dosage and power, extends the instrument’s lifespan, saves energy, and minimizes radiation hazards to patients and healthcare personnel.
4.Fatigue Resistance: Carbon fiber composite materials demonstrate excellent fatigue resistance, withstanding prolonged cyclic loads without fracture or failure. This makes them suitable for CT bed boards requiring frequent movement and adjustments.

Carbon fiber CT bed boards represent an innovative type of medical board widely used in the field of medical radiography equipment. Some common medical devices utilizing carbon fiber CT bed boards include:
X-ray Diagnostic Equipment: Used for examining the structure and function of the skeletal system, organs, and tissues within the human body, requiring high-definition imaging.
CT Scanners: Utilized for generating three-dimensional images of the internal structures of the human body through multi-angle X-ray scans, necessitating bed boards with high transparency and low scattering rates.
Radiation Therapy Machines: Employed for precise delivery of X-ray beams to kill or inhibit the growth of tumor cells, requiring bed boards with high strength and stiffness.

In conclusion, carbon fiber CT bed boards offer exceptional properties, making them a valuable and extensively applied material in various medical radiographic devices.

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