Intel’s advanced analytics team in Israel built the heart of a new device to collect, analyze and transmit a wealth of symptom data to reveal new insights.
The novel Pneumonitor device alerts nurses well before ventilated preterm newborns go into respiratory distress.
New wound-care products are easing patients’ pain and winning fans among healthcare providers worldwide.
Study: A protein called Erbin plays a role in abnormal heart enlargement, which is one side effect of a common drug to treat breast cancer.
Introducing the UPnRIDE convertible wheelchair from the Israeli makers of the ReWalk robotic exoskeleton.
MobileOCT of Israel is partnering with global NGOs to get its lifesaving diagnostic tech to doctors, nurses and midwives in low-resource countries.
From a blood test for breast cancer, to tumor removal without surgery, Israeli inventors are transforming the diagnosis and treatment for cancer.
TopClosure, invented by an Israeli plastic surgeon, allows for quickly and temporarily closing skin over an open wound in an emergency setting.
MercyBeam, a unique X-ray condensing system from Israel, is on the path to market as leading hospitals are eager to use it for cancer patients of all ages.