One of the most pressing medical challenges brought on by the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic is determining which patients need immediate care.
According to Ronen, four hospitals in Italy already acquired the system that has undergone a speedy 24-hour regulatory approval procedure in the country. They will start using it in Italy next week, but in Israel it is going to take at least one more week, Ronen said. A U.S. hospital also bought 20 units, he added.
Founded in 2007 and based in Kfar Netter, a moshav in central Israel, Sensible Medical counts Boston Scientific Corp., Shanghai Longtech Precision Machinery Co. Ltd., and Israeli venture capital fund Genesis Partners among its backers.