In my project, I embraced the exciting challenge of redesigning a neonatal CPAP device using state-of-the-art turbine-based technology. This endeavor was particularly significant in the realm of medical devices and had the potential to revolutionize healthcare practices. The primary beneficiaries of this NICU CPAP were our dedicated healthcare professionals – doctors, nurses, and caregivers – along with the precious infants relying on this device for their well-being. Venturing into the realm of turbine-based CPAP technology was akin to navigating uncharted waters, especially in India where such innovation is relatively uncommon. However, the real test lay in ensuring that this device resonated effectively with the market. To tackle this challenge, I conducted extensive user research and conducted a thorough market analysis. I had the privilege of working with Phoenix Medical Systems, a company renowned for offering cost-effective healthcare solutions and boasting strong connections with government hospitals. Our goal was to create a device that seamlessly blended advanced technology with affordability. We aimed not only to cater to our domestic market but also to make a significant international impact. While the new technology held tremendous promise in addressing existing device limitations, the key lay in comprehending user needs and pain points. My journey revolved around active listening to users and closely studying their requirements. I also recognized that it wasn't solely about device functionality; it was equally vital to consider how users felt while using it. This was especially crucial for the parents of the young patients, as we needed to ensure their comfort and trust in entrusting their baby's care to our device. This project presented a steep learning curve, particularly in the dynamic healthcare landscape. It provided invaluable insights into identifying gaps, particularly within the Indian market.