Today’s morning paper! Amazing article about Beaty in the Jerusalem Post by Hillel Flud. After only few months in the market and nearly 40,000 devices sold our vision becomes a reality. The full article- Link to the article
Keren An Gaiman and Prof Eithan Fridman hosted Beaty on Boker Briut show, channel 13. During the show Udi emphasize the importance of an effective CPR and the way of doing it with Beaty. Link to the original article
A joint article, together with Kaplan Hospital, on innovative medical devices- broadcasted on channel 13, on Udi Segal’s show. Link to the original article
Medical emergencies can be very stressful, especially when they involve our loved ones.
In such cases - every second counts and immediate response can dramatically increase chances of survival.
In Medical Feedback Technologies our vision is to help you address such situations.
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Head of cardiology department, Kaplan Medical Center, Rehovot. Specialist in cardiology, cardiac angiography and internal medicine. Member of the Israel Association and European union of Cardiology.
Experience CEO and Board member of pharma, medical device and food companies. CEO positions have included: Novartis OTC (Israel), Pharm-Up - Novolog, and AB Dental. Holds an MSc. (Management) from Boston University.
Officer In the IDF Medical corps. Founder of NakarMedic (medical training), Co-Founder & CEO of Jetspraed. B.Sc. Industrial & management Engineering (Ben Gurion University).
Officer in the IDF Medical corps. Medical school graduate, Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Currently medical intern in Shaare Zedek Medical center, Jerusalem.
Former CEO and founder of electronic devices retail stores Experienced in Wholesale production, import and distribution. Holds a BA in business management and economics.
Moshe Bardea- Electronics Engineering, B.Sc (Ben Gurion University), 8200 senior, 28 years of expertise (MOTOROLA, BARAN, VIDISCO,FLEXTRONICS).
Gaby established Lindenberg Industrial Design in 2005, five years after completing his studies in Industrial Design at the Hadassah College in Jerusalem. www.lindenberg.co.il
Since the development of CPR in the late 1950s and its evolution through the years, the limited improvement in survival rates following cardiac arrest has led to major research in this field.
The published findings that emphasized the importance of immediate initiation of high quality chest compressions have led to major conceptual changes in the previously known CPR and became the basis to current guidelines.