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Sheba’s partners Berlin AI for cancer R&D

Berlin’s caresyntax, has launched an R&D partnership with the ARC (Accelerate, Redesign, Collaborate) complex at Israel’s Sheba Medical Center. They will use Artificial Intelligence to develop algorithms for predicting outcomes for cancer treatment procedures. https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20200107005204/en/caresyntax-ARC-Sheba-Medical-Center-Launch-Collaboration https://caresyntax.com/news/caresyntax-sheba-medical-launch-collaboration/

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Sheba’s Innovation Center

Israel’s Sheba Medical Center has launched its ARC Innovation Center, with world-class medics plus top technology experts developing new approaches for treatment and rehabilitation. It is the first hospital in the world to provide a virtual reality rehab facility. https://unitedwithisrael.org/watch-israeli-hospitals-innovation-center-brings-personal-medicine-to-life/ … Continue reading

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Innovation center in Israeli-Arab city

Israel’s Sheba Medical Center has inaugurated an innovation center in the Israel-Arab city of Kfar Qasem. It is an extension of Sheba’s own ARC (Accelerate, Redesign, Collaborate) Innovation Center (see here previously), which develops lifesaving and life-improving medical solutions. https://www.jns.org/sheba-medical-center-inaugurates-arc-innovation-center-in-city-of-kfar-qasem/

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The ICU of the (near) future

HealthSpace 2030, Israel’s high-tech Intensive Care Unit of the future was unveiled in the ARC center of Sheba hospital. 11 technologies integrate augmented reality, communication, monitoring, AI, sensing, and robotic technologies to maximize care and comfort while minimizing risk to … Continue reading

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IDF converts 100 respirators into ventilators

Nearly 150 IDF engineers worked with doctors and scientists from Sheba’s ARC innovation center to convert non-invasive respirators into 100 invasive BiPap ventilators. They can serve more than one patient at a time and be linked up to a central … Continue reading

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