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Mindray DP-50 Black & White Ultrasound Diagnostic Imaging System Mindray DP-50 Black & White Ultrasound Diagnostic Imaging System

Mindray DP-50 Black & White Ultrasound Diagnostic Imaging System

$9,990.00

Mindray DP-50 Portable Black & White Ultrasound Diagnostic Imaging System Mindray DP-50 is an ultrasound diagnostic imaging system that provides excellent results ... Read more

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Mindray DP-50 Portable Black & White Ultrasound Diagnostic Imaging System

Mindray DP-50 is an ultrasound diagnostic imaging system that provides excellent results in both patient care and cost effectiveness. It is one of the most popular bedside ultrasound machines among hospitals, clinics, and private practices.

The Mindray DP-50 is an advanced bedside ultrasound machine that provides superior image quality, fast scanning speed, and ease of use for doctors. It has a built-in color touch screen for quick navigation and it can be easily upgraded with the latest features from Mindray's portfolio.

The DP-50 has a three-dimensional (3D) feature that allows operators to take scans from different angles to provide the best result possible.

Includes:
DP-50 Main unit
Smart Bladder (automatic calculation of Bladder Volume)
Transducer (Choose 1 of the transducers here)
UMT-150 mobile trolley 480

Mindray’s new generation of black & white ultrasound system, DP-50, is equipped with advanced imaging technologies allowing deeper penetration and faster image acquisition with higher resolution. A smart new shape, enhanced mobility and convenient operation make DP-50 well suited for all clinical settings.

Performance

PSHITM(Phase Shift Harmonic Imaging)
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iBeam
phase shift harmonic imaging
Permits use of multiple scanned angles to form a single image, resulting in enhanced contrast resolution and improved visualization.
iClear
Gain improved image quality based on auto structure detection
  • Sharper & Continuous Edges
  • mooth Uniform Tissues
  • Cleaner ‘no echo areas’

comparison between single and multi beam formation

Multi-Beam Formation
Maximum 4 times tasking for one transmitted beam, resulting in excellent time resolution and higher frame rate.

iScape
Get a complete and extended view of the anatomical structure through panoramic imaging coupled with velocity indication and forward/backward scan ability making scanning much easier, smoother and more controllable.
ExFOV
Discover better diagnostic information through extended view of the anatomical structure on all convex probes.
Trapezoid Imaging
Discover better diagnostic information through extended view of the anatomical structure on all linear probes
B-Steer
Your tool for deeper biopsy: allowing adjustments to the scan line to gain better visibility of the needle, nerves and small vesselsies, guaranteeing the continuity of all data. With its carefully designed features, BeneView T1 perfectly matches these requirements.
Auto IMT (Intima-Media Thickness)
Auto measurement of anterior and posterior wall thickness providing accurate carotid status

Workflow

iStorage
Directly transfer images and reports to PC via network cable

iZoom
Gain instant full screen view on the click of a single key

Black & White Ultrasound Diagnostic Imaging System

Ergonomics

  • Sleek, streamlined, compact shape
  • User friendly keyboard and controls
  • Lightweight system for enhanced mobility
  • High resolution, wide-angle 15” LCD with tilt functionality for better viewing

 

Clinical Images

image of an embryo identified  in an ultrasound
image of  foetal finger identified  in an ultrasound
image of a foetal profile identified  in an ultrasound
image of a galbladder polyp indetified in an ultrasound
image of hydronephrosis identified from an ultrasound
image of a liver identified from an ultrasound
image of a pancreas identified from an ultrasound
image of the thyroid identified from an ultrasound

 

image of a carotid artery identified  in an ultrasound