Nestmedic’s telemedical CTG system sold to a hospital of the Medical University of Warsaw.

Nestmedic expands cooperation with Polish healthcare establishments. The Company has just finalized a contract with Duchess Anna Mazowiecka Public Teaching Hospital in Warsaw. Now Pregnabit – a telemedical CTG system is available to the hospital’s pregnant patients. Currently, Nestmedic is focused on increasing the availability of mobile CTG in both Poland and on foreign markets by negotiating further cooperation agreements and managing pilot implementation programmes.

Duchess Anna Mazowiecka Public Teaching Hospital at Karowa street in Warsaw is one of the six hospitals of the Medical University of Warsaw. For more than hundred years now, the establishment’s primary mission has been to provide care to women of all ages and newborn babies. The hospital organisational structure includes the 2nd Department and Unit of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, the Gynaecological Endocrinology Unit and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. As a scientific and teaching centre, the hospital can ensure high standards of treatment. The departments offer modern equipment which guarantees exceptional quality and safety of all medical procedures. Qualified healthcare professionals apply therapies that are recommended by global and Polish medical societies.

The hospital has just expanded its portfolio of perinatal care services with a remote CTG examination. The facility has just purchased Pregnabit devices, thanks to which pregnant women will be able to perform the examination at any time and anywhere, without having to visit a hospital.

– Our cooperation with the “Karowa” Teaching Hospital in Warsaw is another important step for us in the commercialisation of our mobile CTG device, Pregnabit. We are glad that our devices will expand the medical service proposal in the area of perinatal care, which has been the hospital’s primary focus for decades now. We are pleased that a growing number of public healthcare establishments are able to see the potential of telemedicine and willing to invest in telemedical solutions, comments Jacek Gnich, Nestmedic CEO.

At the same time, the Company is handling pilot implementation programmes and business talks with other medical establishments, which may translate into more contracts, and thus further increase the number of CTG examinations performed in Poland.