Mindray Releases High Performance Color Doppler DUS, the DC-70
Good image quality is prime for a promising ultrasound. DC-70 offers that and a lot more. Its unique touch gestures allows the user to perform the steps required with unprecedented efficiency, providing extremely easy and fast exams, putting patient care first.
The clarity, as a result of high-end inherent technologies, will be instrumental in detecting abnormalities and small pathologies with best in class image performance. With enhanced capabilities such iLive, Natural Touch Elastography and TDI & QA, DC-70 provides more diagnostic confidence in versatile applications.
Ease-of-use tools including a number of auto measurement packages reducing scan time, standardization of exam protocols, enhancement of productivity with added patient focus.
“DC70 inherited our technology breakthroughs in DC8 and M9 and therefore offers very strong competency in image performance in the mid end segment”, Sarah LI, the general manager of Mindray MIS Business Unit, said.
“Additionally, due to our endless pursue on scanning efficiency improvement, DC70 offers superb ergonomic design and intuitive user interface such as touch gesture. All these characters make
DC70 the most efficient workhorse in the modern busy bustling hospitals.”
Published on : Fri, 19 Sep 2014
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