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New Diagnostic Ultrasound Reimagines POC Systems

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 24 Jun 2022
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Image: The new TEX20 diagnostic ultrasound series reimagines POC systems (Photo courtesy of Mindray)
Image: The new TEX20 diagnostic ultrasound series reimagines POC systems (Photo courtesy of Mindray)

In today's demanding medical scenarios, it is usual to find bedside equipment displaying physiological information on various screens, including ultrasound imaging, ECG signals, respiratory signals, and more. Now, a new Point of Care (POC) ultrasound system adopts a novel way of applying ultrasound called X-Link to synchronize the patient's other physiological information on the same screen. This enables clinicians to have a holistic view of a patient's course of disease, to perform monitoring by timeline, and monitor multiple states of the patient simultaneously.

The TEX20 Series POC ultrasound system from Mindray (Shenzhen, China) 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. Efficient information integration plays an important role in high-quality clinical daily practice, precise diagnosis, Multi-Disciplinary Treatment (MDT), and advanced multimodal clinical research. With the Physio-View on X-Link, ECG and other physiological waves can be overlaid on the ultrasound image for immediate display. This breakthrough solution brings the diagnostic and scientific value of bedside ultrasounds to new levels and enhances clinical problem-solving. A full suite of Smart Tools also provides clinicians with quick, precise assessment and guidance capabilities to face various challenges in point-of-care settings.

Mindray's TEX20 Series also introduces an innovative industrial design with a rotatable and slidable 23.8-inch high-definition touch display, allowing end-users to perform their exams in a format that best suits their clinical environment. Furthermore, the Series incorporates a full set of wireless solutions: voice command, wireless charging, and wireless transducer, to further enhance workflow efficiency and elevate user experience in fast-paced, demanding clinical environments.

"The TEX20 Series is clinically oriented and designed based on a deep insight into clinical needs," said Xujin He, General Manager of Medical Imaging System Business Unit at Mindray. "In particular, the X-Link solution delivers integrated imaging and physiological information, offering a brand-new view on a patient's course of disease and helping to guide timely and accurate diagnosis and treatment. Moreover, it provides complete information required in decision-making for follow-up and quality control."

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