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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY21 is not expected to be complete until September, 2022.

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  1. Donaldson Decompression Needle for automated diagnosis and treatment of tension pneumothorax

    SBC: Critical Innovations LLC            Topic: DHA191007

    The Defense Health Agency seeks to develop a universal, automated needle decompression device to more effectively manage tension pneumothorax on the battlefield. Critical Innovations, KARA & Associates, and the Ross Lab at OHSU, with consultants Captain David Tanen MD, FAAEM, FACMT (USN, Ret.) and Commander Denise Whitfield, MD, FACEP (USN, Ret.), have formed a team of medical device experts to ad ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  2. Phase II Follow-on for the Medic's Enahnced Diagnostic Imaging Companion (MEDIC Phase II)

    SBC: Augmntr, Inc            Topic: DHA191001

    Augmntr had a highly successful Phase I effort on MEDIC, demonstrating a full proof-of-concept system. In Phase II, Augmntr will build upon that, working toward a system capable of being used by medics and utilizing the more appropriate hardware available. The key work includes building upon the Avatar, Body Tracking and User Interface work performed in Phase I, while tracking emerging headset har ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  3. Intelligent Patient Simulation Platform

    SBC: Sharp Vision Software LLC            Topic: DHA191002

    One of the major challenges in healthcare training using patient simulators such as manikins, task trainers, screen-based virtual patients is the lack of natural language communication capability between trainers/trainees and the patient simulators, which makes the communicating skill training almost impossible and the overall training experience unreal. Another challenge is that while conducting ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  4. Human Cell-Based Biosensor (HCB)

    SBC: SPZ TECHNOLOGIE LLC            Topic: DHA191006

    To address the US Army need in novel toxicity sensing methods using a platform compatible with the Environmental Sentinel Biomonitor (ESB) for testing Army field water with the goal of increasing toxicant sensitivity and reducing consumable size and cost, SPZ Technologies, LLC (SPZT) proposes to continue the development a Human Cell-Based Biosensor (HCB). The HCB is based on novel human cells lyop ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  5. Quick Magnetic Analgesia Cuff

    SBC: Cornerstone Research Group, Incorporated            Topic: DHA191011

    CRG completed the first steps toward developing an externally wearable, non-invasive, battery-operated device capable of providing analgesia equivalent to pharmacological peripheral ring nerve blocks by manipulating nervous system activity with magnetic fields. The approach involves optimizing magnetic coils for the transmission of specific waveforms of electrical stimulation to nociceptive nerve ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  6. Succor Combat Foam for Large Burn Wounds

    SBC: Critical Innovations LLC            Topic: DHA201D001

    The Defense Health Agency seeks to develop a novel field-expedient, antimicrobial, anti-biofilm, hydrogel wound dressing for acute care of large burn wounds for use at the point of injury, thru medical evacuation, and during prolonged field care. Critical Innovations, KARA & Associates, the Ross Lab at OHSU, and Toxikon, with consultants Captain David Tanen, MD, FAAEM, FACMT (USN, Rt.) and former ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  7. Balance and Mobility Virtual Assistant

    SBC: Cornerstone Research Group, Incorporated            Topic: DHA201D002

    A wearable sensor package connected to a smartphone with a balance and mobility algorithm, tailored by the physical therapist, enables continued training outside the clinic and identifies risky situations via the Risk of Falling Index. The algorithm identifies the patient activity in real-time and assigns a Movement Task Difficulty Score, which is paired with the clinician identified Patient Mobil ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  8. Deployable Wound Care Products to Decrease Preventable Death Outcomes by Mitigating Infection on Battlefield and through Long Term Care

    SBC: KERICURE INC.            Topic: DHA201D001

    One of the greatest threats to an injured warfighter is infection. Exposure to dangerous pathogens carries a life-threatening risk, but it can also have severe morbidity consequences including sepsis, amputation, lengthy hospital stays and years of battling the infection. Field injuries are especially at risk, where dirt, shreds of the soldier’s clothing and other debris can infiltrate the wound ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  9. Advanced Female Trauma Training System

    SBC: Vcom3D, Inc.            Topic: DHP16002

    For this PhaseII SBIR, Vcom3D,with its subcontractors, the University of Washington and IVIR, Inc.,will develop an Advanced Female Trauma Training System (AFTTS) with realisticfemale anatomy, physiology, and behaviors. The AFTTS include both a Female Trauma Manikin and a tablet-based Virtual Instructor/Patient System (VIPS) thatcommunicates wirelessly with themanikin. The AFTTSwill includesensors ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  10. Real-Time Small-Volume Blood Sampling and Analysis for Coagulopathy of Trauma Analytes

    SBC: Aptitude Medical Systems, Inc.            Topic: DHP15012

    Traumatic hemorrhage is the primary mechanism of death in potentially survivable combat injuries, and is the leading cause of death for civilians under the age of 44. A major underlying cause of this high mortality is Acute Traumatic Coagulopathy, a deadl

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
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