Mindray expands its U.S. non-invasive liver care offerings

The Hepatus 6 transient elastography diagnostic ultrasound system [Image courtesy of Mindray]Mindray North America, a subsidiary of Shenzhen, China–based Mindray, said today that it has inked a U.S. distribution agreement for its Hepatus-Series transient elastography diagnostic ultrasound systems.

The new strategic agreement makes Dublin, Ohio–based Aegle Medical Solutions the sole distributor of the Hepatus-Series systems.

The Hepatus-Series ultrasound systems use transient elastography, a noninvasive tool for measuring liver stiffness, to enable better liver disease management, according to Mindray. The Hepatus-Series systems include new quantitative tools for evaluating liver disease. Mindray describes the systems as easy to use, providing a reliable way to diagnose liver fibrosis and liver steatosis.

“As liver disease continues to grow as an epidemic, it is important for us to continuously find new ways to better serve patients by enabling their clinici…

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Mindray launches 2-in-1 handheld ultrasound system

TE Air can connect to a mobile device or the touch-based TE X Ultrasound System. [Image courtesy of Mindray]Mindray announced today that it launched its TE Air wireless handheld ultrasound device with multi-device connectivity.

Mahwah, New Jersey-based Mindray says it’s the industry’s first handheld ultrasound device that can connect to either a mobile device or the touch-based TE X ultrasound system. This expands the utility and accessibility of the handheld, wireless device originally unveiled in March.

The wireless, compact, pocket-sized technology enhances point-of-care imaging while improving ultrasound accessibility. It offers versatility with flexible charging options to ensure accessibility in unexpected clinical scenarios. The system could rival handheld ultrasound devices made by the likes of GE HealthCare and Butterfly Network.

Mindray said its launch builds on the company’s dedication to point-of-care ultrasound for the emergen…

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Mindray launches TE Air handheld ultrasound system

The TE Air wireless, handheld ultrasound system. [Image courtesy of Mindray]Mindray announced that it recently launched its first wireless, handheld ultrasound system: the TE Air.

Shenzen, China-based Mindray designed the TE Air system to meet the global demand for a high-quality, portable ultrasound device.

The company said in a news release that TE Air offers ease of use in multiple medical environments. It provides effective point-of-care ultrasound imaging, Mindray said.

Mindray built the system with its eWave platform and second-generation Single Crystal technology. This allows TE Air to deliver high-quality images with low power consumption. Its dedicated exam presets and comprehensive imaging modes allow clinicians to conduct ultrasounds more efficiently. Mindray said it also offers more accurate decision-making assistance.

TE Air features a wire-free design and compact size designed to easily fit into a pocket. It also offers high-level disin…

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Mindray launches wearable patient monitoring system

[Image courtesy of Mindray]Mindray announced that it launched the mWear system for wireless, wearable patient monitoring of a range of vital signs.

Shenzhen, China-based Mindray designed mWear to enable an efficient workflow for monitoring patient conditions and delivering patient-centric care.

Mindray’s mWear system addresses shortages of beds and staff in today’s hospitals, according to a news release. It combines wireless interconnection with accurate multi-parameter monitoring, streamlined workflows and seamless integration. The company said it helps improve clinical outcomes throughout the patient journey.

The mWear system offers measurements of vital signs. Those include ECG, oxygen saturation, noninvasive blood pressure, respiration rate, pulse rate, and temperature. The system features anti-interference capabilities, allowing patients to move without restrictions. It also minimizes false alarms for clinicians to identify true abnormaliti…

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