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  1. TOPIC 435- PHYSIOLOGICAL COMPRESSION THERAPY TO AUGMENT LYMPHATIC FUNCTION AND IMPROVE LYMPHEDEMA RESOLUTION.

    SBC: LYMPHATECH, INC            Topic: 435

    LymphaTech seeks to develop a novel lymphatic physiology-based, feedback-controlled intermittent pneumatic compression (IPC) device for the treatment of secondary lymphedema. While compression therapy has been the primary treatment for lymphedema patients for decades, there have been minimal innovations in approaches that leverage compression therapy. In contrast to this, there have been substanti ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Department of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health
  2. Portable Active Thermographic Coating Inspection System

    SBC: Fuchs Consulting Inc            Topic: 091FH2

    This proposal seeks to produce a unique thermographic coating inspection system that is customized for the inspection of bridge coatings. This system uses active thermography where IR sources are used to provide controlled heating to a coating system. The presence of a defect in a coating system will result in differences in heat flow, which can be imaged with an infrared camera. An off-the-she ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Department of Transportation
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