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  • Amit Technology Science and Medicine Ltd.
    Amit specializes in the areas of radiotherapy and instrumentation products. The company developed the Scalp Cooling System II, a device...
  • DMMT - Dynamic Memory Medical Technologies Ltd.
    DMMT is developing an orthopedic device for healing fractured bones. The developed prototypes demonstrated a dramatic reduction in...
  • Dror Ortho-Design Ltd.
    Dror Orthodesign is developing Aerodentis which is a removable, part-day use, aesthetic custom-made orthodontic device. It is based...
  • Innovative Implant Solutions (IIS) Ltd.
    Innovative Implant Solutions is commercializing advanced patented technologies in dental implantology. The company's first product...
  • Innovent Medical Solutions Ltd.
    Innovent Medical Solutions' breakthrough technology for non-invasive airway clearance promises to revolutionize secretion management...
  • Medinol Ltd.
    Medinol is dedicated to the science of cardiovascular intervention. In the past 20 years, we have delivered over two million...
  • Regenecure
    Regenecure is specializing in biomaterials and bone tissue engineering. The company is focused on the design, manufacture, and marketing...
  • Tavor Medical Ltd.
    Tavor Medical is developing and commercializing an artificial implant for ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) reconstruction surgeries....
  • Verto Ltd.
    Verto Medical Ltd. (Verto) is focused on the development of a drug-device product, the Lupusorb column, for the treatment of Lupus...
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