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Mindray Medical Exceeds 2011 Product Development Targets and Announces Strong 2012 Pipeline
Date:1/9/2012

SHENZHEN, China, Jan. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ -- Mindray Medical International Limited (NYSE: MR), a leading developer, manufacturer and marketer of medical devices worldwide, today announced updates on new product launches for 2011 and its product pipeline for domestic and international markets in 2012.

New product summary for 2011In 2011, Mindray released 13 new products, exceeding its product development goals outlined at the beginning of the year. The total number of marketed products, including the four acquisitions in 2011, has exceeded 100.

The seven new products within the patient monitoring and life support product line are:

  • the A5 and A3 anesthesia machines
  • the BeneHeart D3 defibrillator
  • the Synovent E3 and E5 ventilators, which are brand-new products within this segment and are designed to facilitate breathing for patients in critical care conditions. They are important additions to Mindray's ICU total solutions.
  • the new iMEC series patient monitoring system
  • the new iPM series patient monitoring system

  • There is one new product along with some reagents within the in-vitro diagnostic product line:

  • the BC-6800 five-part hematology analyzer

  • The five new products within the medical imaging product line are:

  • the DC-8 color ultrasound system
  • the DP-50 portable color ultrasound
  • the DP-10, DP-20 and DP-30 black-and-white ultrasound products

  • 2012 New Product Pipeline To further expand the addressable markets, the company expects to launch seven to 10 new products this year, with an emphasis on both high-end and low-end market opportunities. In 2012, Mindray plans to expand and enhance the product offerings within the patient monitoring and life support product line in areas such as anesthesia delivery and total I
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