Technology | Ultrasound Imaging | October 02, 2015

Mindray’s DC-70 Ultrasound Offers Touchscreen Interface, Ease of Use

DC-70, Mindray ultrasound system

October 2, 2015 — Mindray’s new generation DC-70 ultrasound system will be displayed at RSNA 2015. The system was released outside the United States in 2014. It is designed to be a workhorse in the mid-range ultrasound system market segment. The DC-70 combines powerful and versatile diagnostic tools with a perfectly optimized user experience including a gesture-sensitive touch screen, delivering accurate diagnostics and high productivity along with high-quality patient care and utmost scanning comfort.

It can achieve easy fetal biometry analysis, 4-D imaging, and GYN abnormalities detection with best in class image performance.

The DC-70 offers an ergonomic design and intuitive user-interface elements such as touch gestures, facilitating extremely fast and easy exams. The 10.4” gesture-sensitive multi-touch screen provides the ability to shift the image to and from the monitor, swipe to review different images, zoom in/out, measure, and initiate specific functions with user-defined gestures.

The clarity resulting from intrinsic advanced technologies with HR Flow and Echo Boost, greatly aids the detection of abnormalities and small pathologies with best-in-class image performance. With enhanced capabilities such as iLive and Natural Touch Elastography, the DC-70 provides more diagnostic confidence and versatility over a range of applications.

Ease-of-use tools including a number of automatic function packages help reduce scan time and enhance productivity with a greater focus on the patient. With MedTouch, the one-stop solution provides the practitioner with a smarter way to control the ultrasound device, access patient data and built-in tutorial software via any android-operated smart device.

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