A TENANT OF SEZ TECHNOPOLIS MOSCOW LAUNCHES THE PRODUCTION OF DEVICES FOR A REMOTE PRENATAL CARE.
Company group Goodwin (Goodwin Europe), a resident of SEZ Technopolis Moscow is going to produce new generation devices for a remote prenatal monitoring. The equipment has been successfully tested and now is being registered at the Federal Service for Surveillance in Healthcare of Russia.
“In the first quarter 2020 capital enterprises produced medical instruments and equipment for the amount of 2.1 billion Rubles on par with the same period last year with a growth of 3%. During COVID-19 pandemic when a visit of a doctor turned out potentially dangerous it became clear that innovations in healthcare are essential. Capital industry has offered new solutions here. For example a device for a remote prenatal care which has been extensively tested in laboratories, at home and inpatient, has been highly praised by experts and recommended for use in maternity centers. By the end of the year the company is going to produce up to 500 devices to be supplied to the leading healthcare centers of Moscow”, informed Alexander Prokhorov, Head of the Department of investment and industrial policy of Moscow.
Gennady Degtev, CEO of SEZ Technopolis Moscow pointed out that the manufacturing will be launched in autumn 2020.
“The device of the company Goodwin provides for obligatory checkups at home without assistance of doctors and even medical attendants reducing exposure to diseases for pregnant women and expected babies”, commented Gennady Degtev.
Portable fetal monitor “Ilifia” developed by Goodwin’s partner Usontek LLC controls single and twin pregnancy, analyzing fetal heart rate, physical activity and other parameters. The results of fetal monitoring are transferred to the doctor who provides medical assessment of the pregnancy and further recommendations.
Medical consultations can be held remotely.
“Foreign and domestic fetal monitors
are available on the market. Yet the new model is totally different from the previous
generation due to its more precise information processing algorithm”, said
Nikolai Kornev, CEO of the company group Goodwin.