In the aftermath of October 7th, Sheba Beyond’s remote pregnancy monitoring is delivering benefits for pregnant women, doctors, and for soldiers and civilians injured in the war.

For over a year, the cooperation between Sheba Beyond and Nuvo, an emerging leader in maternal-fetal health, has been revolutionizing the treatment of pregnant women with remote monitoring technologies. In the wake of the October 7th atrocities, Sheba Beyond saw a need to expand its remote capabilities to the point where even high-risk patients can be de-hospitalized, but still receive a high standard of care. 

In support of this effort, Nuvo has donated additional technologies, which are allowing Sheba to expand its facilities for wounded soldiers and civilians, while still treating pregnant patients. This has opened up a new era for pregnant women, as now they can be monitored remotely without having to leave their homes. 

Sheba Beyond has recognized remote pregnancy monitoring as having a plethora of benefits, such as:


  • Clinical Accuracy Remotely Delivered – Delivers real-time data collection remotely monitors fetal and maternal health, eliminating extended hospital stays. 
  • Potentially Improved Patient Outcomes – Home care reduces maternal stress, improving pregnancy outcomes such as increased gestational age, potentially lowering NICU admissions. 
  • Increased Efficiency – Allows remote monitoring, which improves patient management, optimizing resources and enhances staff productivity and care quality. 
  • Resource Optimization – This technology frees up hospital space and reallocates staff to address critical needs during war.

Reports from numerous patients have recounted positive experiences, which draws the conclusion that after wartime many will still desire remote pregnancy monitoring as an option.

One patient left us with this touching message, “I am confident that there is a direct connection between my being hospitalized on a hybrid basis, performing all the necessary pregnancy monitoring tests remotely through your monitoring belt, and the fact that my test results improved. I managed to maintain the pregnancy from week 32 to week 37 when the doctors were certain that I would need to be induced at week 34. Continue with your amazing work, and I believe that this service should be provided in every hospital in Israel and around the world.”

More Posts