Meeting Global Healthcare Challenges
Israel's Life Science Industry, Meeting Global Healthcare Challenges
As a recognized leader of creative developments in the world of high-tech, Israel has become a major provider of innovative solutions in the life science arena. Israeli solutions are answering today's healthcare challenges to lower overall healthcare costs and meet the world's evolving needs of aging populations.
A strong entrepreneurial spirit pervades society in Israel, where Innovation is a Way of Life. As a result about 40% of all Life Science companies established during the last 6 years; while 70 - 80 new companies established each year reaching over 1000 companies by 2012 engaged in verity of Medical Applications like Cardiovascular & Peripheral Vascular, Neurology and Degenerative Disease, Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care & Rehabilitation, Respiratory & Airway management, Oncology, Women's' Health, Orthopedics & Sport Medicine, Gastrointestinal, Infection Control, Ophthalmology, Pain & Wound Management, Oral & Dental, Dermatology and Aesthetics.
In Medical Devices arena, Israeli scientists and engineers have integrated advanced technologies in Electronics, Communications and Electro-optics to develop world-class innovations in Digital Imaging, medical lasers, Telemedicine, Early Diagnostic and Smart Surgical equipment.
More than 80 LS Service companies: CROs, Engineering, Labs, Bankers and Lawyers help successfully develop and commercialize innovative ideas.
Israel is among the first adopters of the major cultural change called Health IT. Israel has the know-how and close to 20-year implementation expertise to manage this change.
Remain at the Forefront of Change, adopt Innovative Solutions, and create a positive impact with a wealth of new information, ideas and technological solutions by meeting Israel Medical Device companies at the Israel National Pavilion while at MEDICA 2014 - Hall 16 G40.For more facts about Israel's Life Science Industry press here
The only field operated, portable blood and IV fluid warming solution capable of instantaneously warming fluids from any input temperature to body temperature (37C / 98F), even at high flow rates.
MobileODT uses mobile phones to detect cancer and other diseases. By building mobile phone based medical devices, we enable health providers to delegate the provision of services down the chain of care (e.g., from doctors to nurses) to expand healthcare's reach and lower expenses.
Transforms Healthcare by providing an Accessible, Affordable and Professional eHealth service around the globe
elected among the 10 leading medical apps for 2015 by Medica
One in ten children in the world suffer from asthma. Breathing for them is not an easy activity but involves lots of distress and requires daily management.
The BalanceTutor's new technology and therapeutic method enables to simulate real life events by producing controlled unexpected perturbations .
Do you suffer from foot pain and circulatory problems as a result of diabetes or other metabolic disorders?
If you do, you are not alone: over 20 percent of patients with diabetes suffer from pain in their feet, with symptoms such as cramping, numbness, and tingling. These complications can negatively affect daily functions.
Most of us are familiar with someone that has suffered a hip fracture and are aware of the severe consequences of falling and breaking a hip.
Speaking at the centennial annual meeting of the US Clinical Orthopedic Society, Erika J. Mitchell, MD, was adamant about the magnitude and morbidity associated with fragility fractures, particularly in the hip.
A Real Solutions for Early and Progressive Mobility and so much more.
Getting patients up and out of bed early and often can be the difference between Life and Death for some patients. Evidence is strong that Early Mobility improves patient outcomes, reduces harmful and costly complications of care, such as pressure ulcers, pneumonia, falls and delirium. Early Mobility also reduces ICU and hospital length of stay and saves hospitals money. Yet many caregivers don't get patients out of bed because it is too physically difficult, can require multiple caregivers, especially with heavy and dependent patients, and can expose the caregiver(s) to high risk of injury. Even if the patient is assisted out of bed once a day, they are still immobile for "The Other 23 TM" This means that even if they do get up for one hour in a 24-hour period, there are another 23 hours where they are lying in bed, immobile.