Times of Israel: Doctors in Israel use Pulsenmore ultrasound care for Ukrainians 2,000 km away

“In an office near Tel Aviv, a doctor checks the lungs of a Ukrainian refugee who is 2,000 kilometers away. It’s part of a new “virtual hospital” that has Israeli medical staff caring for people injured or displaced in Russia’s onslaught…. One of the systems in use, Pulsenmore, is a portable prenatal ultrasound device that takes images anywhere and sends them for analysis to Sheba’s obstetrics and gynecology department in Israel.”

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