Nothing can replace the experience and knowledge of professional medical staff.
Pregnabit is a telemedical device, designed to support the work of doctors and
midwives. It enables CTG monitoring of pregnant women at any time and anywhere.
Nearly 60 years ago, in 1957 Orvan Hess and Edward Hon developed the first device for continuous monitoring of the heart rate of the fetus. Since then, CTG equipment has undergone a number of upgrades. Time has come for a breakthrough. Pregnabit combines well-known and proven features of professional stationary CTG device, which is used in hospitals worldwide, with the features of modern mobile devices.
Pregnabit is a medical device and, like stationary CTG – is not available for sale to patients.
Nestmedic’s CEO has been awarded „Innovator Of The Year 2016” by MIT Technology Review.
Telecom’s technology accelerator Orange Fab has awarded Nestmedic with distinction in Poland.
New Europe 100 — changemakers in Central and Eastern Europe. Res Publica, Google, Visegrad Fund and Financial Times selected 100 innovation leaders from CEE region. Our CEO, Patrycja Wizińska-Socha is on this list.
Distinction for „the most innovative product at the fair” by the organizer of International Healthcare Exhibition held in Warsaw (WIHE).
Pregnabit among the winners of GO_GLOBAL.PL competition organized by the National Centre for Research and Development. In the recent edition GO_GLOBAL.PL experts evaluated 80 applications for funding. The most innovative companies won, the ones planning to commercialize their solutions in world markets.
On 6–7 November, our representatives attended the world’s largest tech event: Web Summit 2017 in Lisbon. The conference gathered over 60 thousand participants and it was a great opportunity for meetings, networking and sharing experiences with start-ups from all over the world. We have made valuable contacts in medical circles from our target foreign markets.On 6–7 November, our representatives attended the world’s largest tech event: Web Summit 2017 in
We are proud to inform that Patrycja Wizińska-Socha who developed the Pregnabit system with Anna Skotny has been nominated by the Puls Biznesu daily to the Polish Businesswoman Award 2017. It is possible to vote until 26 November and the winner will be announced on 13 December. You can give your vote for Patrycja atWe are proud to inform that Patrycja Wizińska-Socha who developed the Pregnabit system with Anna
On 3–4 November, the 13th Warsaw Ultrasonography Days were held. The event was attended by eminent Polish experts who shared their experiences of using medical ultrasound in differential diagnosis with obstetricians and gynaecologists. It was yet another event in the healthcare sector where we had the opportunity to present the Pregnabit system. On the firstOn 3–4 November, the 13th Warsaw Ultrasonography Days were held. The event was attended by