Mindray launches DC-T6 ultrasound scanner
Article Thumbnail ImageNovember 30, 2011 -- Medical equipment manufacturer Mindray Medical International has introduced DC-T6, an economical, high-performance ultrasound system, at this week's RSNA 2011 meeting in Chicago. The company is also showcasing enhancements to its DC-7 and M7 systems.
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  • Designed around intelligent ergonomic features, the DC-T6 system is equipped with a high-resolution, 15-inch thin-film transistor (TFT) monitor and position-adjustable control panel. An embedded battery, iPower, provides up to two hours of interruptible power when AC power is unavailable.

    Octal beam formation technology optimizes temporal and spatial resolution, while the company's iClear speckle reduction technology is designed to improve contrast resolution without compromising spatial resolution.

    The system offers real-time 4D and panoramic imaging, tissue Doppler imaging with quantitative analysis, automatic M-mode, improved cystic clarity and signal-to-noise ratio, and fast and efficient storage, review, and management of image data using iStation technology.

    Upgrades to the DC-7 system include iPage 3D volume data capabilities, a 3D/4D spatial-cutting tool, and a fetal heart volume scan application.

    Adding to its line of transducers, Mindray will introduce the CB10-4a microconvex array and a simultaneous biplane endocavity transducer for the DC-7 scanner.

    The company is also demonstrating iNeedle, a detection device for guiding interventional procedures performed on its compact M7 system. M7's iZoom software enables users to view patient anatomy more accurately from a distance, and its iTouch feature allows a user to optimize image presentation with a single touch of a button.

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