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Pneumonitor-Innovation in Medical Device

Researchers at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have developed a novel device to continuously and systematically monitor the dynamics of premature babies’ breathing. The small, noninvasive device dubbed “Pneumonitor,” makes possible the early detection of respiratory problems, allowing for preventative care before the onset of complications. The findings were published in the January issue of Intensive Care Medicine.

Dr. Danny Waisman of the Technion Rappaport Faculty of Medicine and Carmel Medical Center and Prof. Amir Landesberg of the Technion Department of Biomedical Engineering, the device’s developers, say the device has been already been tested on animals in different disease models – including asthma and respiratory tract disorders.


Experience:3 – 5 Years



Compensation:Best in Hospital Industry

Education:UG – B.Tech/B.E. – Biomedical PG – M.Tech – Biomedical

Industry Type:Medical/ Healthcare/Hospital


Functional Area:Healthcare, Medical, R&D

Posted Date:10 Nov

Desired Candidate Profile

Knowledge of electronics troubleshooting.
Significant knowledge of hospital and departmental policies and procedures.
Ability to demonstrate competency in the use and operation of all required equipment. (To be developed after hands on experience)

Job Description

Needed a Biomedical engineer who has 3-5 years of experience in a hospital in the Biomedical dept.