A new air-tight system for administering hazardous drugs is made in Israel and distributed in hospitals and clinics worldwide.
Two Israeli brothers, a plastic surgeon and a biomedical engineer, believe they’ve invented the most lightweight silicone implant ever.
US hospitals are using a bedside mapping device from Israel’s Wellsense to show staff how to reposition each patient to ward off pressure ulcers.
Already in use in Europe and Israel, the InSpace Balloon cushions between two rubbing bones, alleviating pain and shortening the rehab process
ISRAEL21c compiles a list of the 10 most extraordinary medical devices and pharmaceuticals that promise to revolutionize global healthcare.
Amblyz, invented by Israeli physician Omry Ben-Ezra, wins international prize for innovation and 7,000 orders from Turkey.
Israeli company’s SomnuSeal mask is more comfortable for patients who can’t tolerate the existing option, and it protects cardiac health too.
OrCam is based on artificial intelligence and special algorithms built into a tiny computer that clips onto your eyeglasses.
‘This conference — this magnitude and scale — I have never seen anything like it in the world,’ says participant from Brown University.