Protecting the Spinal Cord – An Innovative, Medical Device Announced

First truly operational & practical medical device that protects the backs of injured patients!

SAN FRANSISCO, California – January 13, 2016 – Protecting the Spinal Cord, an innovative, new medical device, was recently announced. It is first truly operational and practical medical tool that protects the backs of injured patients! The Full Mechanical System for Protecting the Spinal Cord, or PSC, is intended to deal with the most important harms caused by trauma, including cervical, pectoral, and backbone traumas of the spinal cord. It not only utilizes the latest and most advanced theories, studies, and practices in the field, but it also embodies in its design, creation and development important original research carried out by their team. PSC differs from all prior and existing devices for protecting the backs of patients in need of emergency transportation in significant ways.  Unfortunately, the mechanical spinal cord protection systems currently available, and used in the field, all apply some stress and pressure to patients’ spinal cords and have at times caused irreversible damage to patients’ backs.

Their device, however, is the only invention that provides total and complete protection of patients’ spinal cords and backs while being transported for urgent medical care. For example, someone who is harmed by a traumatic injury in his/her car and then gets sudden extensions while rescuing by emergency staff or common people, will have severe and irrecoverable harms to the spinal column; a technical flaw or an action that is done for rescuing purpose, may result in rupture or lesion of the spinal cord and the injured person will lose his/her ordinary life. For example, fails to walk, control the urination, and excretion and many other problems.

There is no suitable and yet practical solution for such these cases all over the world and sorry to say that the main harm of these technical and practical flaws will fall directly on the injured person and its irrecoverable damages are for the injured at first and then for the society and its economic and health system.  

However, by designing the Protective Spinal Cord device, the undersigned hope to solve this problem in the best way and offer a worthy help in preventing permanent damages to these injured ones. With its complicated and unique design, this device cannot be described in details, but they can say in short that it is designed so that moves along three axes of X, Y, and Z and can be fixed at any form imposed on it. In other words, it works as a linear flexible fixative that takes form at any angle and position and then fixes in that state. Suppose, for example, a traumatic person that is unconscious and injured from the spinal column part, positioned in the state of flexion (leaned forward) and a slight rotation in spinal column part, laid on the ground, inside the car, or any other place that does not allow any movement.

The PSC device rests flexibly on the current axis of patient’s spinal column; that is it lays fittingly just like a band on leaning and rotating zones of the spinal column and fixes in that position using its simple mechanism. The device takes the injured person’s position so that it will be impossible to move it. Then by means of the lateral flexible cranks it fastens around the body; these cranks bend from the two sides of the body and tie together. However, before this can help people all over the world, PSC needs help. That’s why they launched this campaign. The goal of this project is to raise, $85,000. 

To help bring this line of innovative technology to market, please visit the IndieGoGo campaign or click here. Backers can choose from many attractive rewards as a “thank you” for their donations. 

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to help a possible life-saving product! 

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Media Contact
Company Name: Protecting the Spinal Cord
Contact Person: Sayed M. Nourian
Phone: (818)519-1953
Country: United States