We invite you to visit our booth Hall 16/G40/booth 20 in the MEDICA 2016 exhibition which will take place in dusseldorf, Germany November 13-16th 2017 and get further information for Chaban Medical's activities.



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Chaban Medical will participate in the first ever Medical Device & HealthCare IT Delegation to Mexico will take place on September 2017.​

It was Chaban's honor meeting everyone in the 4th MEDinISRAEL Conference and Exhibition – one of the more important Medical Devices and HealthCare IT events for business and healthcare professionals from around the globe.​






Chaban Medical and Salute had recently establish two exciting cooperation after signing distribution agreements in Russia, MCNT Import Limited, sign by Salute as well as Taiwan, Schmidt Scientific Taiwan LTD, sign by Chaban Medical during the MEDICA2017 exhibition.

Chaban Medical has recently completed Omrix's (subsidiary of ETHICON – J&J) Pressure Regulator redesign support including several product upgrades to ensure high product reliability. Additional for the R&D support Chaban had perform environmental tests, Reliability tests including Chaban's ATE (Automatic Test Equipment) – developed and manufactured in Chaban customized to the Pressure Regulator required performances, and functional tests in order to complete the approval procedure.

Chaban Medical recently started manufacture Leviticus Cardio's Ltd External Controller device part of a wireless COPLANAR ENERGY TRANSFER (CET) SYSTEM.


Robust, reliable, wireless system capable of providing the day-to-day power needs of today’s available implanted VAD’s, whilst eliminating the complications related to the driveline. The Company’s solution uses a unique proprietary technology - Coplanar Energy Transfer (CET) that can work with all available commercial VADs.



Chaban Medical recently developed and assimilated a Unique Device Identification (UDI) system according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) new regulation demand. The UDI system being implemented by the FDA utilizes linear barcodes. These barcode identifiers will be present on the UDI labels on medical devices, or directly on the devices if applicable.