The Jerusalem Post: Israeli start-up launches first ever at-home ultrasound for future moms

The device, which according to the company is the first of its kind in the world, has already been clinically tested and it has been approved for use in Israel and in the European Union.

A tele-ultrasound device developed by Israeli start-up PulseNmore will allow pregnant women to perform an ultrasound at home without the need to visit a clinic or a hospital.

Clalit Health Services already has ordered 20,000 units of the device for its members, chief operating officer Jordan Rubinson told The Jerusalem Post.

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