Medical innovations made Israel among the leading countries in patents per capita. “The number of companies dealing in medical innovations in Israel is unusually high by international standards,” said Export Institute Chairman Ramzi Gabbay. “The technologies of Israeli companies are deeply rooted in the academic institutions and are used in the best medical centers in the world.”
Some of this Israeli medical innovations will be presented at MEDinISRAEL, an International Conference and Exhibition running from March 6 to 8 at the Tel Aviv Convention Center.
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Thousands of renowned innovators from all over the world ,executives and government decision-makers, and hundred of Israel’s life science companies presenting their newest developments such as:
A device that can remove a small breast tumor in a 10-minute office visit; A small and nice gadget alerting parents when the diaper is full and it is time to change; a program that can help diagnose disease by listening to the sound of your voice; A pair of glasses that allows a patient with advanced ALS to use a computer; A shirt that allows measuring medical parameters such as ECG, heart rate and breathing at home for the use of people who have been diagnosed as suffering from heart disease or are at risk; and a small home ultrasound monitor enables self-examination of the fetus’ heartbeat in a few minutes anywhere, at anytime.
Those are a few examples of Israeli medical innovations that may shape the future of medicine.
MEDinISRAEl will go deep into where emergent fields such as low cost personal genomics, the digitization of health records, crowd sourced data, molecular imaging, wearable devices & mobile health, synthetic biology, robotics, AI, nanotechnology, 3D printing and regenerative medicine are transforming healthcare, and have the potential to enable clinicians, empower patients, and deliver better care at lower costs. It is going to be very interesting.