Leading medical device manufacturer, Mindray, will be helping clinicians enhance quality of care with their cutting-edge range of anaesthesia, ultrasound and patient monitoring solutions at the Anaesthesia and Critical Care 2022 (ACC 2022) Exhibition this November.
Mindray will have a suite of ultrasound and anaesthesia machines on stand I:32. In-house experts will be on hand to discuss how the solutions and integrated patient monitoring can improve workflow efficiency and patient outcomes with clinicians.
Further efficiencies can be explored with Mindray’s M-Connect, a universal monitoring platform which enables data sharing between medical devices and third-party electronic patient records (EPR) for uninterrupted visibility of patient data and scalable integration.
To demonstrate the latest advancement in needle guidance, Mindray will run three hands-on training workshops on 16 November for delegates to test the smart tools on the TEX 20 and TE9 ultrasound machines.
The smart tools are improving exam efficiency and first-time target success rates with the eSpacial Navi™ which includes 4D magnetic needle navigation technology and needle-tip trajectory foresight.
The workshops will cover how to:
- Easily use the smart tool, including set-up, performance, and interpretation.
- Deliver enhanced needle visualisation and real-time location during in-plane or out-of-plane procedures using the smart tool eSpatial Navi™
- Increase accuracy and initial operation success rate through precise image capabilities, using 4D magnetic needle navigation technology
- Recognise when the course of the needle is beginning to stray from the intended map and rectify this before the need to re-puncture.
- Increase clinical confidence and first pass success rate, with the needle trajectory and required depth map, for maximum patient safety
The new A9 anaesthesia workstation will be on display on stand I:32 which features industry-leading intelligent tools to automate and reduce clinical interventions while maintaining patient safety processes.
The A9 offers ICU-level ventilation for all patients and can automatically adjust fresh gas and output from its electronic vaporiser to achieve target end-tidal agent and oxygen concentration levels.
The workshops will take place on 16 November at 09.30-10.15, 10.30-11.15, and 11.30 – 12.15.
To find out more about Mindray’s ultrasound and anaesthesia solutions, find them on stand I:32 at ACC 2022, or visit: https://www.mindrayuk.com/