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Mindray Provides Live Scan Demonstration of Its Latest Ultrasound Systems

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 14 Jul 2022
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Image: Attendees experienced live scan demonstrations ECR 2022 (Photo courtesy of Mindray)
Image: Attendees experienced live scan demonstrations ECR 2022 (Photo courtesy of Mindray)

Mindray (Shenzhen, China) showcased its imaging solutions and most recent innovations designed to tackle the growing pressure in radiology at the on-site European Congress of Radiology (ECR) in Vienna. The company also offered live scanning demonstrations and free courses such as satellite symposium on prostate biopsy and fusion ultrasound at the event.

At ECR 2022, Mindray provided live scanning demonstrations of its latest ultrasound systems, the Resona I9, Resona 7 and MX 7. The Resona I9 general imaging ultrasound system with innovative features from the inside out features an intelligent and clinical exam-specific control panel layout with special E-ink keys. It enables bedside exams without power cables with up to four hours of continuous scanning and provides users with extreme clarity, outstanding intelligence and enhanced diagnostic confidence. The Resona 7 is a premium ultrasound system powered by ZONE Sonography Technology and features new ZST+ platform that brings ultrasound image quality to a higher level by zone acquisition and channel data processing. The MX 7 is the most innovative, advanced and high quality miniaturized ultrasound system ever designed by Mindray. Powered by the ZST+ platform, MX7 delivers high quality ultrasound image 10 times faster than traditional Beamformer.

Mindray also demonstrated its newly-launched TEX20 diagnostic ultrasound series which fundamentally changes the conventional perspective of POC ultrasound from its predecessors, with its patient-centered information solution, extreme image clarity, clinical-oriented workflow, smart tools and thoughtful design. Also on display at the event was the Consona N Series ultrasound systems designed for primary care users featuring new and concrete solutions, that help carry out smooth diagnoses for different types of patients. The Consona N Series is ideal for routine applications in hospitals, clinics, or general imaging applications, women's health care or cardiovascular specialties.

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