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Surgeons doing knee surgery at Hadassah hospital's Mount Scopus campus use the ROSA robot, made poss
Israeli doctors get help from unlikely source: robots

“We’re not yet at a place where robots can replace us, but technological enhancement to human hands is phenomenal.”

A recovered coronavirus patient assists a sick patient at Hadassah University Hospital
Hadassah pilot: Recovered COVID patients volunteer to assist the sick

The volunteers all had coronavirus more than a month ago and after their recovery tested negative for the virus but positive for antibodies, meaning they are immune to getting corona.

Medical miracle in Jerusalem: Hadassah revives teen after heart attack

When the family entered the 17-year-old's room, they found her lying on the floor - blue to the face, without a pulse.

Taking a sample at Hadassah
Hadassah treats COVID-19 patient with new concentrated passive vaccine

The antibody (immunoglobulin or IgG) concentrate was developed using plasma that Hadassah harvested from recovered corona patients.

Baby crying [Illustrative]
Epidural anesthesia safe at any stage of birth, Hadassah researchers say

Groundbreaking research from the Hadassah Medical Center that tested around 19,000 women over a period of a decade at different stages of birth, had some surprising results.

Hadassah chief Zeev Rotstein suffers from minor stroke over weekend

Hadassah has been struggling to pay its expenses in the aftermath of the coronavirus crisis.

Hadassah Ein Karem hospital in Jerusalem, Israel
Hadassah Hospital faces cash flow crisis in aftermath of coronavirus

Zeev Rotstein said that the hospital lost NIS 1.2 billion from lack of activity and spent more than NIS 300,000 on direct coronavirus costs.

Coronavirus rebel Zeev Rotstein's battle against the bureaucrats

“We are not enemies, I just have a different opinion,” the Hadassah Hospital chief said.

Hospital bed in Hadassah Ein Kerem
J. Safra Group donates $3.15 m. to Hadassah Medical Organization

"One of the key lessons to be taken from this pandemic is that healthcare systems have to be properly resourced well in advance of potential waves of infection."

Some of the 32 magnets swallowed by a toddler in Jerusalem
Israeli toddler swallows 32 magnetic beads and lives to babble about it

“They tried to calm me down and tell me that they had seen this before,” the child’s mother recalled. “But they said the situation had to be dealt with immediately.”

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