MedGel Radiotranslucent Tape Electrode

MedGel Radiotranslucent Tape Electrode

Manufacturer: Medline
  • These MedGel™ electrodes can be used during X-Rays and MRIs in areas where metal is prohibited - Radiology, Cath Lab, Surgery, etc. - with our radiotranslucent snap
  • Clear tracings every time with our high performance, specially formulated gel and extended surface area
  • Stays securely on the skin yet removes cleanly with our top-quality adhesive
  • Prolonged electrode freshness and life with our resealable bag (50 pack only)
  • Flexible lead wire attachment with our perforated strip backing
  • Easy removal with full-edge lift tab
  • Provides visibility under the electrode with our transparent breathable tape material

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Material Description Packaging
MDSM611605R MedGel Radiotranslucent Tape Electrode, 5/Pack 3600/CS
Stock Allocated QTY / Remaining QTY / Allocation Reset Date
MDSM611650R MedGel Radiotranslucent Tape Electrode, 50/Pack 6000/CS
Stock Allocated QTY / Remaining QTY / Allocation Reset Date

  • White
Latex Free
  • Yes, No
  • Tape
  • 42181708

Accurate Tracings. Every Time.

Specially-formulated high-performance gel and extended conductive surface deliver clear, consistent tracings

Reliable Monitoring

  • Strong adhesive for demanding environments
  • Highly conductive gel ensures optimal signal quality

Easy to Handle

  • Full-edge lift tab allows easy removal

Comprehensive Selection

  • Choose from a variety of materials, shapes and sizes
  • Available in tape and cloth


Perforated strip backing offers easy lead wire attachment

Gridlines on the strip backing promote clinician safety

Resealable bag prolongs freshness (50 packs only)

Color-coded packaging makes product selection intuitive

Can be used during MRIs, X-rays and in other places where metal is prohibited

Also available in the following materials


Provides a gentle fit for patients with sensitive skin


Offers flexibility and fluid resistance


Recommended for use in the following areas

  • Cath Lab

  • Radiology

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