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OptiSil  Silicone
Perforation Technology

Chemists first discovered silicon, the naturally occurring element that forms the basis for silicone, in the early 1800s. Just over a century later, in the 1940s, silicone materials became commercialized and companies such as Dow Corning and General Electric were discovering the full extent of their properties. 

A key factor in silicone’s rise to popularity was its ability to adapt and succeed in a highly diverse range of applications. Silicone has been used in life sciences, aerospace/defense, electrical, and industrial applications since the 1960s. In medical manufacturing, the material is suitable for use in a broad variety of components, from valves and tubing to long- and short-term implantable devices, and far beyond. It is often used as the external jacketing on medical wire and cable for hospital equipment, surgical tools, patient monitoring systems, imaging and diagnostic instruments, and other medical devices.

Although additional processing and potential costly reapplication of parylene is required for silicone to meet stringent FDA and biocompatibility requirements, the core ingredients are abundant and easy to manipulate. This accessibility, combined with silicone’s adaptability, makes it an obvious choice for use in medical manufacturing. When the material is processed to medical-grade standards, it results in silicone products that are biocompatible, hypoallergenic, flexible, and durable—all necessary characteristics for use in health care environments. 

The History of Silicone in Medical Applications

OptiSil technology is our self-developed silicone oil and perforation technology, the reasonable pore size not only ensures the stickiness of the dressing, but also enables exudate to run into the dressing amazingly quickly.

Based on the infinite possibility of silicon ,FORYOU MEDICAL focus on the study of silicon and develop a series of products, such as Silicon Gel Scar Sheet, Silicone Tape, Silicone Wound Contact Dressing and various wound care dressings containing silicon layer, and formed autonomous core technology——OptiSil.

OptiSil Technology

Anti-Adhesion & Painless Removal

OptiSil technology is our self-developed silicone oil and perforation technology, the reasonable pore size not only ensures the stickiness of the dressing, but also enables exudate to run into the dressing amazingly quickly.

Looking Ahead to Future Innovation

With today’s life science technology evolving and changing at one of the most rapid paces in history, source materials used in medical devices must progress as well. There is no doubt that there are many new possibilities in the future application of silicone.

 

 

We will continue to invest in the research and development of the silicone. We will make more breakthrough in biocompatibility, antibacterial, expansion and wear resistance, and let the independent core technology provide better services for the products and patients.

 

 

For you, for us, for life !

Flexible & Ergonomic

Soft and good adaptability, able to create multipe points of contact between the dressing and the uneven surface of the skin and wound, which creats a tight seal, preventing exudate leakage and maceration.

Removable & Integrality

It has good adhesive force, can be repeatedly pasted with no loss of adherence and maintains dressing’s  intergrity during use, no residues left after removal, very convenient for nurses to observe the wound healing.

References

1. Kevin DePratte, PMP®, Director of R&D at Northwire, Inc., Osceola, WI,Silicone’s History—and Future—in Medical Manufacturing. Available from http //www.medicaldesignbriefs.com

 

 

2 André Colas. Jim Curtis. Dow Corning Corporation. Silicone Biomaterials: History and Chemistry. &. Medical Applications of Silicones. Reprinted from Biomaterials Science, 2nd Edition

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