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Mindray sets new standards for point-of-care systems at Euroanaesthesia 2022 with the launch of the new TEX20 diagnostic ultrasound series

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Shenzhen, China (ots/PRNewswire) – Mindray (SZSE: 300760), a leading global developer and provider of medical devices and solutions, has unveiled its best-in-class TEX20 series point-of-care ultrasound system at Euroanaesthesia 2022, redefining the connected process for assessing patient status in demanding critical care and emergency medicine situations.

The TEX20 series fundamentally changes the conventional view of POC ultrasound compared to its predecessors, offering a patient-centric information solution, extremely clear images, a clinically oriented workflow, smart tools and thoughtful design.

In today’s demanding medical scenarios, it is common for bedside devices to display physiological information on multiple screens, including ultrasound images, ECG signals, respiratory signals and more. To solve this problem, the TEX20 series devices use a novel type of ultrasound application called X-Link, which synchronizes other patient physiological information on the same screen. This allows clinicians to get a holistic view of a patient’s disease progression, perform temporal monitoring and monitor multiple patient conditions simultaneously.

“The TEX20 series is clinically driven and was developed based on a deep understanding of clinical needs. Specifically, the X-Link solution delivers integrated imaging and physiological information that provides a whole new view of a patient’s disease progression, contributing to timely and accurate diagnosis and treatment. It also provides complete information required for follow-up and quality control decision-making,” said Xujin He, General Manager of the Medical Imaging System Business Unit at Mindray.

Efficient information integration plays an important role in daily clinical practice, accurate diagnosis, multidisciplinary treatment (MDT), and advanced multimodality 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 takes the diagnostic and scientific value of bedside ultrasound to a new level and enhances clinical problem-solving capabilities. A full suite of Smart Tools also provides clinicians with fast, accurate assessment and guidance capabilities to address various practice challenges.

Mindray’s TEX20 Series also features an innovative industrial design with a rotating and sliding 23.8-inch high-definition touch display that allows end users to conduct their examinations in a format that best fits their clinical environment. In addition, the series offers a range of wireless solutions: Voice Control, Wireless Charging and Wireless Transducers to further improve workflow efficiency and enhance the user experience in fast-paced, demanding clinical environments.

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