Israeli firms display life-saving tech in Dusseldorf
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Israeli firms display life-saving tech in Dusseldorf

Germany’s MEDICA 2017 is one of the largest medical trade fairs globally

The Israeli pavilion at Medica 2017 (Courtesy)
The Israeli pavilion at Medica 2017 (Courtesy)

A delegation of Israeli medical device and healthcare developers is this week exhibiting products at Germany’s MEDICA 2017, at an Israeli pavilion set up by the Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute and the Ministry of Economy and Industry.

“Disasters, sudden catastrophic events such as earthquakes, complex and continuing emergencies such as a violent conflict are often unpredictable,” said Angela Rabinovich, director of the Life Science Department at the Israel Export Institute. In emergencies, she said, “resources are often limited and time is of the essence, thus innovative technologies for emergency medicine and trauma care are considered to be the most effective.”

The Israeli pavilion is showcasing emergency medical services specialized products developed by interdisciplinary teams of highly-experienced executives and R&D engineers, Rabinovich said. Each product is supported by internationally recognized medical experts particularly for intensive care, respiratory, cardiac, central nervous system and trauma medical emergencies.

“Our vision is taking these breakthrough solutions to impact communities globally,” she said.

The trade fair, one of the largest globally for the medical sector, runs November 13-16.

LUBO by Inovytec allows the opening of airways in non-invasive way (Courtesy)

Companies presenting at the Israeli pavilion include Inovytec, which has developed noninvasive and portable medical devices for out-of-hospital emergencies that aim to help even non-trained personnel provide life-saving emergency care to patients; Medisim Ltd. which has developed a cost-effective temperature monitoring system for use in hospitals and at home; Guide in Medical, which develops devices for facilitating tracheal intubations; and CardiacX Medical Ltd., which is developing and manufacturing cardiac resuscitation devices, including a miniature personal external defibrillator.

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