A new touch controlled TE7 ultrasound system for point-of-care applications has been launched by China's medical equipment manufacturer, Mindray.
The device is designed to provide superior quality imaging for rapid patient-care decisions.
The device can be controlled via intuitive gestures without the help of a knob cluttered keyboard to navigate.
Touch enabled response, targeted application presets, and one touch image optimization improve diagnostic confidence and efficiency.
The device has a 15 inch anti-glare touchscreen, preset image optimization that can be selected with a single touch, continuous wave Doppler, and the ability to accept a transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) transducer.
The device can run for two hours on a battery and has a built-in WiFi to interface with the hospitals' PACS system.
Wayne Quinn, President of Mindray North America, said, "Clinicians who reviewed the TE7 were first impressed with the clean, intuitive operation. They were then pleasantly surprised by its superior imaging quality, fast responsiveness, and breadth of applications. Initial feedback from physicians has been overwhelmingly positive as even less trained users can scan technically difficult patients with confidence."
The TE7 provides ultrasound solution for a wide range of applications such as anesthesia and pain management, critical care, emergency medicine, and musculoskeletal bedside examinations.