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Blood Sensor

Sheba Begins Clinical Trial for INSPIRA Technologies’ Innovative HYLA Blood Sensor

Sheba Medical Center will begin a new clinical trial for the HYLA blood sensor developed by INSPIRA Technologies. The trial, led by Dr. Yigal Kassif, Sheba’s principal investigator, will take place in the operating rooms of Sheba’s Department of Cardiac Surgery.  “Sheba Medical Center focuses on quality clinical research programs of key medical advancements to […]
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Sheba and AMH

Sheba Medical Center Will Bring Innovative Healthcare to Bahrain Through a New Partnership Agreement

Aiming to benefit patients in the Persian Gulf through the sharing of medical expertise, Sheba has concluded a partnership with Bahrain’s American Mission Hospital (AMH), the country’s largest private hospital, which was formalized at the C3 US-Arab Healthcare & Business Summit in New York City on the second anniversary of the Abraham Accords, which normalized […]
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Aid Ukrainian Children

Sheba Partners with Oranim Academic College to Aid Ukrainian Children

As the war between Russia and Ukraine rages on, children are not exempt from traumatic experiences, which often include being forced to leave their homes, separation from family members, and losing loved ones. In addition to short-term effects, such as stress, fear, and depression, children can also suffer from long-term post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). “There […]
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Sheba and TJU

A Collaboration Between Sheba and TJU: Advancing Neuroscience

Despite the vast amount of knowledge gathered owing to the sophisticated imaging devices that have been developed in recent years, considerable research budgets allocated to the field, and all the attention it has received, we still know very little about the human mind.  Through the use of highly innovative approaches and cutting-edge technologies, Sheba seeks […]
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Sheba Clinicians Top Forbes’ Israeli Doctors Ranking

According to Forbes Israel’s 2022 Best Doctors list, over 200 of the country’s leading physicians are employed at Sheba. 1,428 physicians were named in this year’s ranking, with Sheba clinicians leading the way in cardiology, gynecology, oncology, genetics, internal medicine, psychiatry, rheumatology, and more. Overall, Sheba physicians held the lead in around 50 percent of […]
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Sheba Study Indicates: COVID-19 Vaccines Have No Adverse Effects on Fertility

Thirty-six couples going through IVF cycles participated in a new Sheba study aimed at evaluating the impact of COVID-19 vaccines on the procedure. Headed by Prof. Raul Orvieto, Director of Sheba’s Infertility & IVF Unit, the study found no negative effects in terms of the number of eggs, as well as the quality of both […]
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Longevity Center

Sheba’s New Healthy Longevity Center

Why should we care about healthspan? Caring about extending the wellbeing period of one’s life should be intuitive – if one is past their healthspan, it means they are chronically sick, often with a degenerating condition.  Titled the “City of Health,” and serving as an ecosystem dedicated to promoting health, Sheba regards it as its […]
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virtual care

Nuvo Group and Sheba Develop AI-Powered Gestational Diabetes Management Platform

A groundbreaking gestational diabetes pilot was recently completed by the two organizations, deploying Nuvo’s INVU platform at Sheba’s Beyond Virtual Hospital, simplifying care for pregnant women suffering from the condition. Gestational diabetes can develop in pregnant women who don’t already have diabetes. During pregnancy, the body releases more hormones, which might cause the body’s cells […]
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pain treatment for pancreatic cancer

Breakthrough Study: Radiation Therapy Effective for Pain Management in Cancer Patients

Pancreatic cancer, the 12th most common cancer worldwide, is associated with pain in approximately 75% of patients at the time of diagnosis, and as much as 90% at advanced stages. The pain radiates from the upper abdomen to the lower back, worsens with time, and is often challenging to treat; significantly affecting patients’ quality of […]
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