Mindray Medical International Displays Latest Medical Devices at MEDICA 2013 in Düsseldorf

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Mindray Medical International Limited, a leading developer, manufacturer and marketer of medical devices, displayed its latest products at MEDICA 2013 in Düsseldorf during the 20-23rd November. MEDICA is the world’s largest medical trade event, attracting around 130,000 visitors from more than 100 countries every year.

Mindray at MEDICA expo 2013

Mindray Medical International stand at MEDICA 2013

We are proud to be one of more than 4,500 exhibitors showcasing many innovative products from our Patient Monitoring & Life Support, In-Vitro Diagnostics, and Medical Imaging Systems business segments.

“We are proud to be one of the more than 4,500 exhibitors showcasing many innovative products from our Patient Monitoring & Life Support, In-Vitro Diagnostics, and Medical Imaging Systems business segments,” said David Yin, Mindray’s International General Manager. “We received a very positive response from people visiting our booth and our showcased products demonstrated how Mindray listens to customers’ needs to create innovative, tailored and ergonomic solutions.”

Mindray’s Patient Monitoring & Life Support team demonstrated to visitors its new BeneView TDS (T1 Docking station), a truly integrated and adaptive patient monitoring system that performs well from the emergency room all the way to the intensive care unit. With a specially designed handle, the TDS is compact, lightweight and easily portable for monitoring on the go.

The BeneHeart R12 electrocardiograph was also profiled at MEDICA. The R12 employs the globally recognised Glasgow 12-lead algorithm analysis to improve diagnostic accuracy in both children and adults. The machine takes only seven seconds to start up and allows for pre-acquisition of a 10-second waveform, which enables immediate recording for faster clinical response. The R12 is affordable, compact, delivers faster patient testing, and cuts back on costly ECG paper.

Within the In-Vitro Diagnostics segment, Mindray profiled its new Modular System, the OmniLab SAL 8000, which delivers high throughput and seamless scalable integration with the CL-2000i Chemiluminescence Immunoassay System and the BS-2000/BS-800 Modular System for accurate results, optimised workflow and user-friendly interface for operators. Also featured was an OmniLab haematology system, CAL 8000 which consolidates all the essential steps of today’s hematology tests into one powerful workstation.

At the ultrasound imaging exhibition, Mindray’s high-end Diagnostic Ultrasound System, DC-8 stepped into the spotlight. Since its launch, DC-8 has gained a loyal following with its best-in-class image quality, ergonomics and reliable diagnosis. The DC-8 benefits from Mindray’s patented 3T transducer technology to increase image bandwidth and transmission efficiency. An echo-enriched beam former provides better ‘out of focus’ resolution and deeper image penetration. Mindray’s exclusive processing algorithm drives the HR Flow™ technology which allows better visualisation of tiny vessels and complex flow patterns.

Visitors at MEDICA were very interested to see Mindray’s latest radiology innovations, the DigiEye780 and DigiEye 760 Smart. The DigiEye780 has high DQE flat panel detectors and outstanding image quality, its ceiling-suspended design and flexible control model support numerous clinical applications. The DigiEye-760 Smart, part of Mindray’s series of flat-panel digital radiography systems, is a single trail, ceiling suspended machine that can be installed in smaller rooms, it offers a flexible layout, excellent image quality and improved efficiency.

Mindray also exhibited the HyLED 9 series of LED surgical lights which offer excellent luminous efficiency, a heat-free light source and remarkable long service life for total support in the operating theatre.

Mindray Medical International Limited is a leading developer, manufacturer and marketer of medical devices.

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