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A Comparison of Lubricious Materials & Additives for Extruded Medical Tubing

This paper helps medical device designers understand the lubricious material options that can be used as a tubing liner, as an alternative to hydrophilic coatings, or as a way to improve bonding to other components. We conducted testing to understand the performance of several lubricious additives compared to PTFE and inherently lubricious fluoropolymer extrusions. Our engineers found that these additives and materials provide additional options and flexibility in developing improved medical devices.



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