The new or refurbished Mindray TE7 point-of-care ultrasound machine is a fully touch-screen driven portable ultrasound designed for emergency rooms, anesthesia, MSK, critical care, pain management and other such bedside ultrasound applications.
The TE7 takes a different road that previous touchscreen based ultrasound machines: It’s Big. The 15″ touchscreen has a lot of real estate, giving it plenty of room for its controls, image area, and general use. The touchscreen operates well, using gestures similar to those of a tablet or touchscreen PC, which allows you to pinch, swipe, slide and tap your way through the exam.
The Mindray TE7 has three active probe ports, making this a unique entry into the portable Point-of-Care market, as it does not need external connectors for multiple probes. It’s easy to switch between probes without the hassles of disconnecting-and-reconnecting probes. There are also a lot of probes available for the TE7.
Image quality is very good, and it features Mindray’s high-end imaging technologies such as iBeam compound imaging, iClear speckle reduction, iNeedle needle visualization, networking, DICOM/HL7. It’s solid state drive allows for fast boot up and a generally quieter operation.
The TE7 is relatively easy to move about on its cart and has a very sturdy build. In our tests, we found the image quality to be very good, and image penetration was better than most in its class. The screen is quite large and unique to touchscreen systems in this market. This is a very nice system for the Point-of-Care market and a refreshing large-screen alternative for those who use bedside ultrasound quite often.
Yes, the TE7 is one of the earlier ultrasound machines to adopt the HL7 standard for better integration with patient information electronic records systems.
In many cases, Probo Medical can sell you a used or new TE7. In most cases, Probo can supply you with a new Mindray TE5 with an extended warranty.
iClear on the Mindray TE7 is a type of Speckle Reduction Imaging technology. This improves contrast resolution in the image, reducing “image speckle” and improving tissue definition.
iBeam is Mindray’s Compound Imaging technology.
TE stands for Touch Enabled, and is the moniker for this series of bedside ultrasound machines from Mindray.
Yes, the Mindray TE7 DICOM capabilities, however, you’ll need to tell your Probo Medical representative that you’ll need the DICOM option.
The Mindray TE7 ultrasound system can be converted and outfitted with an adapter to ensure compatibility with 220 voltage.
You can find the Mindray TE7 brochure here. Probo Medical has a large inventory of owner’s manuals and brochures, contact us today for more information.