Back pain is a common complaint due to osteoarthritis, herniated discs and stenosis. To repair damaged discs and provide relief from pain, surgeons were manually injecting fluids into spinal discs but had no real way to gauge feedback other than patient pain. The procedure was painful, slow and inaccurate.

The HaA designed CDS System offers physicians a more reliable, consistent and accurate tool. It is lightweight, portable, and easy to use. A touch-screen panel displays patient, procedure, and physician reference data, while the system monitors all critical parameters during the procedure.

Coupled with an adjustable flow rate and pressure sensors, the system ensures reliable, accurate performance, as well as reduced patient pain, faster recovery and more successful procedures.


Project Details


person Medical

folder Smith and Nephew

light Engineering, Industrial Design, UI, UX, GUI, Introduction to Tooling Vendors,Manufacturing Support