Mindray’s new L20-5s ultra-high frequency transducer and enhanced iNeedle visualization applications were on display at the American Society of Anesthesiologists meeting, which occurred in Chicago from October 22 to 26. With its tablet-like operation, Mindray’s TE7 touch-controlled ultrasound system enables improved image quality with a single touch. In addition, exam presets improve both diagnostic confidence and efficiency.

The TE7 has no keyboard, which helps streamline clinical workflow with intuitive gestures. The system features improved image quality, up to three active transducer connectors, a slim profile ergonomic cart, and a set of applications—which include cardiac functionality with continuous wave Doppler and transesophageal echocardiography transducers. The iNeedle application enables improved needle placement and cardiac monitoring in the cardiac operating room.

“Mindray has become a leader in the complete perioperative continuum with point-of-care ultrasound, anesthesia delivery, and comprehensive monitoring solutions,” says Wayne Quinn, president of Mindray North America.

Adding to those comments, Glen McLaughlin, PhD, chief product officer at Mindray, says: “The L20-5s is considered to be a breakthrough transducer in the ultrasound industry. Coupling this ultra-high frequency transducer with our iNeedle technology is particularly useful in anesthesia [point of care] to provide increased visualization in the area of interest and enhanced needle detection. This can assist in reducing stress on the patient and help reduce procedure time.”

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