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Mindray North America Brings Operating Room to Life at American Society of Anesthesiologists 2019 Annual Meeting

Mindray, a global developer of technologies and solutions for patient monitoring, anesthesia and ultrasound, invites attendees of the American Society of Anesthesiologists 2019 Annual Meeting to visit exhibit #841 and discover the operating room showcase. The exhibition takes place on October 19-21 in Orlando, Florida, and will provide more than 14,000 healthcare professionals from around the world the opportunity to interact with the latest perioperative solutions. Technologies highlighted in the exhibit include:

Patient Monitoring & Life Support

  • A7 Advantage Anesthesia Delivery System: Designed to complement clinical workflow and enhance patient care, this System expands on other anesthesia platforms. By offering electronic fresh gas technology to ensure precise flow dynamics and deliver low flow anesthesia, the A7 System enables clinicians to reduce OR operating costs by decreasing the amount of inhalation agent used.
  • BeneVision N-Series Patient Monitoring Platform: Modular, comprehensive and efficient, this suite of patient monitors supports clinical excellence. In tandem with the BeneVision Distributed Monitoring System, this platform enables clinicians to observe, manage and document a patient’s condition in support of high-quality, patient-centric care from admission to discharge. Options such as cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) mode, NMT, rSO2, anesthetic gas module and OR-specific user configurations make this a preferred solution for both anesthesiologists and surgical staff.
  • BeneVision Distributed Monitoring System (DMS): Combined with the A7 System, this comprehensive suite of perioperative solutions not only showcases anesthesia delivery and ventilation, but also emphasizes complementary patient monitoring and seamless interoperability solutions which support a complete patient record throughout the care path.


  • TE7 Ultrasound System Crystal Series: With best-in-class image quality, a sleek form factor and an intuitive touchscreen, the TE7 System is designed to provide superior performance for rapid, confident exams and procedures in the fast-paced, point-of-care environment. This System also features numerous needle visualization advancements, including eSpacial Navi™, a 4D magnetic needle navigation technology that delivers enhanced needle visualization and location during procedures.

“In accordance with our mission to change lives by making the most advanced healthcare technology attainable for all, we continue our long-standing commitment to the perioperative care environment with disruptive and game-changing solutions,” said Mindray North America President Wayne Quinn. “Spanning anesthesia delivery, patient monitoring and ultrasound imaging, Mindray empowers healthcare professionals through innovative, high-value solutions that help create the next generation of life-saving tools.”

Team members will be onsite throughout the duration of the exhibit, providing demonstrations and addressing questions from attendees. Visit Mindray at exhibit #841 to learn more about these innovative and cutting-edge solutions, ideally suited for use across the entire perioperative space.

About Mindray

Mindray is a leading developer, manufacturer and supplier of medical device solutions and technologies used in healthcare facilities around the globe. We believe we can change lives by making the most advanced healthcare technology attainable for all. We do this by empowering healthcare professionals through innovative, high-value solutions that help create the next generation of life-saving tools across three primary business segments: patient monitoring and life support, in-vitro diagnostics, and medical imaging. Mindray maintains its global headquarters in Shenzhen, China; Mindray North America is headquartered in Mahwah, New Jersey. Our Ultrasound Innovation Center is located in San Jose, California with additional facilities in major international markets around the world. For more information, please visit

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