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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY20 is not expected to be complete until September, 2021.

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  1. SWAC3: Secure Wireless Architecture for Combat Casualty Care

    SBC: INTELLIGENT AUTOMATION, INC.            Topic: A14051

    Current practice for handling pre-hospital documentation is primarily paper based with several major limitations such as ease of loss or destruction, susceptibility to the environment, etc., which along with other factors have been identified as the reasons for the lack of pre-hospital care documentation. Moreover, the information related to care rendered by one unit (e.g., first responders at the ...

    SBIR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  2. Development of Thermal Desorption (TD) Tube Sequential Sampler

    SBC: TDA Research, Inc.            Topic: DHA17006

    Commercial off the shelf (COTS) sequential samplers that pull contaminated air through thermal desorption (TD) sample tubes have many limitations that reduce their usefulness when they are used to measure volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in air.In this SBIR Project TDA Research is developing an intelligent thermal desorption tube sequential sampler that can be used for VOC sampling in the workspa ...

    SBIR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  3. BioloGel- Building Blocks for Osteochondral Regeneration

    SBC: Luna Innovations Incorporated            Topic: DHA17009

    Current strategies for the treatment of osteochondral injuries are ineffective and are associated with significant side effects. Microfracture techniques have demonstrated limited efficacy over long periods of time and are less effective for larger osteochondral defects. Osteochondral autograft transplants require harvesting from a donor site, which can lead to donor site morbidity. Further, while ...

    SBIR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  4. Delivery System for Cryopreserved Eukaryotic Cell Vaccines

    SBC: SANARIA INC.            Topic: DHP163003

    A cryovial suitable for vaccine storage below -150 C, containing a septum to facilitate syringe preparation in the field does not exist, but is urgently needed for eukaryotic whole cell products. Sanaria PfSPZ Vaccine, consisting of radiation-attenuated whole Plasmodium falciparum sporozoites (PfSPZ), has protected >90% of recipients against malaria in 5 clinical trials in the US, Europe and Afric ...

    SBIR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  5. Medical Electro-Textile Sensor Simulation

    SBC: LR TECHNOLOGIES, Inc.            Topic: DHP17A001

    In this topic, we plan to design a vital EMF sensor to work under any conditions. The sensor will be integrated with smart clothing and using e-textile materials.

    STTR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  6. Noninvasive Monitor of Vascular Volume Fluid Shifts

    SBC: Innovital Systems, Inc.            Topic: DHP17007

    Accurateintravascularvolumeassessment improves the detection of hemorrhageand hypovolemiaand facilitates decision-makingrelativeto resuscitation,surgery,and selection of higher level ofmedical care. Non-invasiveassessment techniquesare particularly important in thefield. Currentapproachesand devices do not have broad utilityand availability. Duringthe PhaseIeffort, the project team developed alow- ...

    SBIR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  7. Monitoring Metabolic Energy Expenditure Via the Prosthetics of Lower Extremity Amputees

    SBC: BARRON ASSOCIATES, INC.            Topic: OSD11H07

    Limb loss affects approximately 1.9 million people in the United States. It is well established that lower-limb amputees show greater metabolic demands during gait and more limited mobility compared to non-disabled individuals. Currently, there is no lower-extremity prosthesis available that can monitor the metabolic costs of the amputee. The proposed solution, code-named TEQUILA (Total Energy exp ...

    SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  8. A rapid and high-throughput microfluidic stem cell analyzer

    SBC: CFD Research Corporation            Topic: OSD11H14

    Current methods to discern the differentiation state of stem cells are time-consuming, labor-intensive, costly, invasive, and consequently, ill-suited for clinical applications. To overcome these limitations, we propose to develop a microfluidic stem cell analyzer for accurate, non-invasive identification of the cell differentiation state in conjunction with automated cell sorting at high-throughp ...

    SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  9. Point of Injury Device to Maintain and Stabilize Moderate-Severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Casualties

    SBC: JTAP Technologies, LLC            Topic: DHA17010

    We have developed a device to control intracranial hemorrhage without a craniotomy.The device stops hemorrhage transcranially.This has been demonstrated in pig cadavers.We have developed a functional prototype and intend to improve and test the device on human cadavers and in vivo in pigs.By the end of the proposed work, we expect to be prepared to submit IDE paperwork with the FDA and engage inve ...

    SBIR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  10. DEVELOPMENT OF A LOW-POWER, WIRELESS, WEARABLE MULTIPARAMETER MONITOR CAPABLE OF PULSE OXIMETRY AND OTHER VITAL SIGN MONITORING FROM THE CHEST, ARMS AND LEGS.

    SBC: Nonin Medical, Inc.            Topic: A16053

    Wearable devices have grown to meet the demand for continuous, noninvasive vital signs monitoring in the military and civilian health care markets.These devices have largely excluded pulse oximetry because non-traditional sites, such as the chest, arm and legs, pose a challenge. We have previously demonstrated the ability to accurately monitor pulse oximetry on the chest, arms and calf.This projec ...

    SBIR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
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