Mindray has announced that its TE7 ultrasound system with touchscreen, on display during the European Congress of Radiology (ECR 2015), is scheduled for North American release in mid-2015. The TE7 ultrasound system combines a non-porous, intuitive user interface with a simplified workflow, an ergonomic design, and focused exam presets. It is designed to provide high-quality imaging to enable clinicians to make patient-care decisions more quickly, with no need to navigate a knob-cluttered keyboard, says the company.

In an effort to improve diagnostic confidence and efficiency, the TE7 features touch-enabled response, targeted application presets, and one-touch image optimization. Mindray reports that the TE7’s retractable power cable and built-in battery gives the system an “extract and go” capability, making it suitable for point-of-care ultrasound.

“Mindray maintains its rapid pace of innovation with the delivery of the TE7 high-performance ultrasound system, providing optimal bedside assessment for patients,” Sarah Li, general manager of the Medical Imaging System Business Unit, said in the announcement. “We’ve spent a lot of efforts on developing the TE7, whose touchscreen features make it very simple and efficient to operate. The system’s image clarity and targeted application presets make it the perfect choice for clinicians keen to make accurate diagnoses across diverse point-of-care scenarios.”

For more information about the TE7 ultrasound system, visit the Mindray website.