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Mindray Showcases Latest Advancements in Radiology

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 27 Nov 2023
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Image: Mindray is showcasing its latest advancements in radiology at RSNA 2023 (Photo courtesy of Mindray)
Image: Mindray is showcasing its latest advancements in radiology at RSNA 2023 (Photo courtesy of Mindray)

Mindray (Shenzhen, China), a developer of innovative healthcare solutions, is attending RSNA 2023 to host educational sessions and showcase its latest advancements in radiology.

Mindray, a global developer of technologies and solutions for patient monitoring, ultrasound, and anesthesia, is showcasing its innovative solutions in radiology and providing in-booth educational opportunities for RSNA attendees. Mindray is demonstrating how its cost-effective, leading-edge ultrasound solutions can empower radiology departments to provide high-quality of care. The company’s latest radiology products on display in the booth include the Resona 7 Ultrasound System Platinum Edition, the Resona I9 Ultrasound System, and the Hepatus 6 Transient Elastography Diagnostic Ultrasound System.

At Booth 1322 in the South Hall at McCormick Place, Mindray is also offering live educational sessions by renowned clinical speakers. Mindray is hosting speakers Michael J. Choe, MD, Prof. Ernst-Michael Jung, Prof. Vito Cantisani, Nancy Reau, MD, Richard G. Barr MD, PhD, FACR, FSRU, and Giovanna Ferraioli, MD, live in the booth at RSNA. The sessions will cover a range of topics in radiology, including "Use Cases of AI in Medical Imaging" and "Shear Wave Imaging in Quantitative Liver Assessment," to name a few.

"Mindray is delighted to host educational sessions in our booth at RSNA this year," said Michelle Carter, Marketing Manager – Radiology Ultrasound, Mindray North America. "At Mindray, we recognize the importance of staying up to date on the latest advancements and best practices in the field, which is why it is such an honor to partner with industry leaders in ultrasound to help facilitate knowledge sharing for clinicians and continue advancing better healthcare for all."

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