Ben-Gurion University and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center are developing medical devices for pediatric patients.
Sepsis, a blood infection, causes more than 200,000 deaths in US hospitals every year. A non-invasive monitoring device from Israel is changing that.
Israel’s BioView is pairing its imaging technology with fluorescent DNA markers to help doctors find this deadly cancer before it’s too late.
URINFO, a new medical device from Israel inspired by agricultural technology, takes the guesswork out of diagnosing a kidney injury.
Gait analysis is about to get easier and cheaper, once an Israeli startup’s new orthopedic device hits the ground walking.
GE is investing in an Israeli-designed imaging capsule that can help detect colorectal cancer as it travels through the intestines.
A medical device from Israel will allow for less invasive, cheaper and more effective correction of severe spinal curvature.
Weighing less than a pound, the Injured Personnel Carrier can secure an injured person on a rescuer’s back, leaving hands completely free.
The simple new check shows a 90 percent detection rate in clinical tests for multiple types of cancers.