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Israeli medical kits donated to remote Ukrainian villages

Israeli company TytoCare provided 50 telemedicine devices that will allow children in isolated villages of eastern Ukraine to be examined and monitored remotely by physicians and nurses.

The devices were transferred to 10 medical centers in eastern Ukraine through the United Nations’ UNICEF Fund. The goal is to avoid children having to travel long distances for medical care during the war.

In 2012, TytoCare invented the global healthcare industry’s first all-in-one modular device and examination platform for AI-powered, on-demand, remote checkups of the lungs, heart, throat, ears, abdomen, skin, blood oxygen level, body temperature and pulse.

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