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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.

  1. Tourniquet Master Training System for Junctional and Inguinal Hemorrhage Control Devices

    SBC: Charles River Analytics, Inc.            Topic: DHP12001

    Junctional and inguinal bleeding is a significant and challenging problem on the battlefield. Inventors have developed new types of tourniquets, including the Abdominal Aortic Tourniquet (AAT) and the Combat Ready Clamp (CRoC) to address these abdominal and pelvic injuries. While these hemorrhage control technologies have been developed, validated, and approved for use, training systems that teach ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Health Program
  2. HITS Hemorrhage Instrumented Training System

    SBC: Infoscitex Corporation            Topic: DHP12001

    Junctional and non-compressible bleeding is a life-threatening injury that requires immediate intervention. Therefore it is best to train even non-medics in the application of the life-saving methods to stop these hemorrhages. The ideal system would enable training on multiple injury types, react realistically to properly applied intervention, utilize the adjuncts as would be used in the field, ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Health Program
  3. Junctional and Non-Compressible Hemorrhage Control Training System

    SBC: POLYMERight, Inc.            Topic: DHP12001

    This proposal is to develop an adaptable and expandable simulation-based training system for teaching and training the soon-to-be-deployed medics in junctional and non-compressible hemorrhage control and other point of injury care trauma control scenarios using Combat Ready Clamp, Abdominal Aortic Tourniquet or similar devices. Training system will include: 1. A model of a torso mimicking anat ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Health Program
  4. 3D Printed heterogeneously integrated sensors embedded in Anatomical training models

    SBC: Advanced Life Technologies, LLC            Topic: DHP12002

    Despite the large number of procedural simulation models currently available, there is a definite need for low cost anatomical training models with integrated sensors capable of recording the location and pressure measurements of a user"s performance in training of cuts, and sutures. A paradigm shift in medical training is possible if sensors can either be fabricated independently and embedded int ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Health Program
  5. Physical Anatomical Trainer Instrumented for Education and Non-subjective Testing (PATIENT)

    SBC: Infoscitex Corporation            Topic: DHP12002

    Mannequins are often used to develop skills and train medical personnel. Existing models fall short of ideal functionality, however. Mannequins that can provide simulated systemic responses are generally not equipped for simulating surgical intervention. Mannequins that can simulate surgical intervention are not able to record exact student actions for quantifying their performance. In carefu ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Health Program
  6. 3D Printed Digital nanocomposite synthetic tissue

    SBC: Advanced Life Technologies, LLC            Topic: DHP12003

    The DOD and commercial markets have a distinct need for low cost anatomically accurate, complex synthetic human tissue in order to improve training and improve surgical precision. In this project a novel multiple material print-head is developed using a 3D printer capable of depositing a wide range of materials such that bone, skin, blood vessels, adipose tissue, and muscle material properties are ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Health Program
  7. Synthetic Heterogeneous Anatomy by Rapid Prototyping (SHARP)

    SBC: Infoscitex Corporation            Topic: DHP12003

    Modern advances in 3D printing and related additive manufacturing technologies offer an approach to provide high-fidelity anatomical models that can be used for medical simulation and training. Current 3D printing systems do not provide a method for various materials to be simultaneously deposited to represent the various properties of tissue, bone, muscle, etc, nor do they provide directionality ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Health Program
  8. Healthcare Exchange Language Management, Expansion, and Translation Services (HELMETS)

    SBC: Charles River Analytics, Inc.            Topic: DHP12004

    The 2010 President"s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology report on health information technology states that today,"there is relatively little standardization in the health data captured and stored by different providers of healthcare services"for the millions of active duty service members supported by the Military Health System. This lack of standardization leads to interoperability pr ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Health Program
  9. Bridging the Gap to Universal Health Information Exchange with Community-Driven Terminology Mediation

    SBC: Stottler Henke Associates, Inc.            Topic: DHP12004

    The most critical obstacle to the seamless exchange of healthcare information is the translation from the proprietary medical ontologies of private providers to a universal reference language (i.e., the 3M Health Data Dictionary). Stottler Henke proposes to develop a new system, called Bridge, which will directly address this challenge through three primary techniques. First, we employ a novel a ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Health Program
  10. A Universal Translator for Health Languages

    SBC: INFERLINK CORPORATION            Topic: DHP12004

    The potential to transform healthcare management through information technology continues to grow, as more systems, devices, and people than ever before provide and collect health data. Unfortunately, progress is slow because the multitude of systems to integrate do not speak a common language. We propose to create a universal translator between health languages, which will allow multiple system ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Health Program
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