Design and engineering, merged into one non-invasive shock wave device.
Drive the LithoDiamond into the treatment room, disconnect the drive unit, insert two table tops and position the mattress with the patient. The treatment can begin.
Where until now (only possible in the hospital) three independent devices have had to be complicated coupled and calibrated, today a device may move from clinic to clinic. This requires a slim, stiff and automotive medical device that combines all components.
In this ambitious project, the Meyer-Hayoz Design Engineering Group compacted the X-ray C-arm with the shock wave unit and the treatment table into a spine-like carrier. From the first models and manual release prototype to the user interface the design specialists of the Meyer-Hayoz Design Engineering Group developed the complete design solution of this unique system.
In addition to the physicians also design jurors were thrilled.