San Jose, Calif. – October 9, 2018 – Mindray, a developer of next generation ultrasound and patient monitoring technology, featured its comprehensive Gem Series on four of the company’s ultrasound systems at the annual American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) conference held in San Diego, October 1 – 4, 2018. Based on Mindray’s Living Technology™, the ZS3 (Diamond), Z.One PRO (Emerald), M9 (Ruby) and TE7 (Crystal) systems are offering significant upgrades in support of the company’s commitment to providing state-of-the-art ultrasound imaging.
“Our unique Living Technology provides an ongoing upgrade path designed to help our clinical partners provide state-of-the-art imaging now and in the future,” said Maher Elhihi, director of ultrasound marketing for Mindray North America. “We believe in supporting our partners with outstanding value and are committed to our mutual goal of offering excellence in patient care. Living Technology enables us to do so.”
The Gem Upgrades significantly elevate all systems’ imaging and workflow performance for quick and confident decisions for the emergency medicine environment. Z-Tracking™, an industry first transducer tracking technology, provides the ability to track transducers used during exams and attach this information to the patient’s medical record and is now available on the ZS3 Diamond, Z.One PRO Emerald, and TE7 Crystal edition ultrasound systems. A robust set of cybersecurity features with M-Secure is also available across all Mindray Point-of-Care Systems.
In addition, the Gem Upgrades deliver several new transducers and numerous needle visualization advancements across the platforms. The TE7 Crystal Series now features eSpacial Navi™, a 4D magnetic needle navigation technology, that delivers enhanced needle visualization and location during interventional procedures. In addition, all ultrasound systems are compatible with transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) imaging.
“All of these ultrasound platforms now provide a 5-year, state-of-the-art guarantee which covers many of the new features,” said Elhihi. “This is quite unique in the industry and reflects Mindray’s philosophy of offering a true partnership to our customers. Ultimately, we are both supporting the ability to provide what is best for the patient.”
Mindray also exhibited its newest patient monitoring technologies ideally suited for Emergency Medicine applications, including triage and trauma areas. Mindray’s “best in class” T1 Monitor/Module provides a 3-in-1 patient monitoring solution. Used in combination with a 19-inch touchscreen display, the T1 is a powerful and flexible bedside monitor equipped with all the necessary capabilities for the Emergency Department, and is particularly well suited for trauma cases where immediate and prominent display of a patient’s critical data is essential.
“Enabling improved workflow and seamless transition from bedside to transport, the T1 is truly transforming patient care,” said Kelley Murphy, director of PLMS marketing for Mindray. “Functioning as both an integrated bedside monitor parameter module and transport monitor, the T1 automatically converts to a WiFi-enabled transport monitor that travels with the patient from the Emergency Department to the admitting floor, providing a gap-free patient record.”
The Passport line of patient monitors, including the T1, also addresses the increased relevance of CO2 monitoring in emergency medicine, with a CO2 option included across the entire portfolio. Additionally, all of Mindray’s patient monitors on exhibit offer advanced functionality including measurement of cardiac output, invasive pressures and arrhythmia analysis with atrial fibrillation detection, continuous ST analysis and QT/QTc monitoring, all critical parameters for the Emergency Department.
Mindray is a leading developer, manufacturer and marketer of medical devices worldwide. Mindray maintains its global headquarters in Shenzhen, China; North American headquarters in Mahwah, New Jersey; and multiple development facilities and offices in major international markets including an ultrasound Innovation Center in Silicon Valley. Mindray supplies a broad range of products across three primary business segments, patient monitoring and life support, in-vitro diagnostics, and medical imaging systems.
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