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: medical imaging, patient monitoring and life support, and in-vitro diagnostics.
Mindray Company Introduction Video 2023
Discover Mindray's Resona R9 Platinum and its innovative HiFR-CEUS technology for liver diagnosis! Check out our latest article featuring an interview with Prof. Stroszczynski & Prof. Jung to learn more. http://ow.ly/PGWZ50OAxsP
It was an incredible experience to meet thousands of healthcare professionals and industry peers from around the world at #Hospitalar2023 ! We consider it an honor to have participated in this event and eagerly anticipate bringing more cutting-edge innovations to you next year.
Hospitalar 2023 | Advancing Smart Innovation for Better Healthcare
Mindray's participation in #Worldlab-Euromedlab 2023 has yielded fruitful outcomes. Join us in Rome and discover what the future of laboratory diagnostics holds. Check out some of the highlights at: https://www.mindray.com/en/media-center/news/mindray-at-worldlab-euromedlab-2023
Mindray provides a comprehensive Thyroid Total Solution comprising 10 immunoassay tests to support thyroid function testing and related disease management. Check out the video at: https://lnkd.in/g5M6iXCU
Mindray Academic Forum: Updates on Laboratory Automation-Moving Towards Standardization
Experts in bariatric surgery from China and Latin America attended an international symposium discussing managing complications and robotic training and observed a live surgery. Attendees left feeling inspired by the enriching experience. #MindoscopyProgram
Check out Prof. Bernardini's insightful sharing on applying Al technology in medicine, presented at #Euromedlab23. He highlighted the use of digital morphology in laboratory diagnostics, citing the successful sepsis research collaboration of Mindray and his hospital as an example