Nanoscent, an Israeli startup, has started a trial with Sheba to help detect the novel coronavirus using an innovative 30-second screening device.
Eight babies have already been born at Sheba’s dedicated maternity ward for COVID-19 patients, the first of its kind in Israel.
Israel has joined forces with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the medical research agency of the US, to find treatments to fight the novel coronavirus.
When news of the first patients diagnosed with the coronavirus started to trickle into Israel, many severe restrictions were introduced.
Prof. Gidi Rechavi and Prof. Galia Rahav, both world-renowned scientific experts in their fields, were recently presented with prestigious awards in Israel.
Many psychiatric patients have difficulty following social distancing and other rules implemented to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The central objective of Project Breath of Air is to ensure that no patients anywhere are left without ventilators due to a shortage.
The new isolated bereavement unit enables family members to express farewell to their loved ones and experience an essential part of the mourning process.
Voice signal analysis was done on a large group of patients with chronic health conditions registered to a telemedicine call center at Sheba Medical Center.
The Mossad, Israel’s legendary intelligence agency, has been essential in acquiring medical equipment and manufacturing technology from overseas, according to reports by the country’s medical and security officials.
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Established in 1948, Sheba Medical Center is now the leading medical center in the region.