The new DC-8 system utilizes the company’s Multi-Beam Parallel Imaging technology to produce optimized images with minimal user involvement.

The new system’s ergonomic solutions address every part of the user’s body that interacts with the device, thus improving procedural efficiency and reducing repetitive actions.

Mindray vice ultrasound sales president Michael Thompson said the features of new DC-8 system will help improve patient management, increase ease-of-use and enhance users’ overall level of confidence.

The company said it will exhibit its new DC-8 system at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) annual meeting in San Diego, US, being held until 9 May 2012.

Mindray will also exhibit its M7, M5, DP 50, DC7 and DC3 ultrasound systems at the ACOG being held from June 2012.