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  1. 3D Printing of Low-Cost Synthetic Tissues

    SBC: Advanced Life Technologies, LLC            Topic: DHP12003

    Surgical trainingrequires an understanding of the human body’scomplex3-dimensional anatomical structures and thespatial relationships of nerves, blood vessels and othervital structures.Learningthesespatial skills requires a lengthy training period and much practicethat usually takes placein the operatingroom while under thesupervision of a senior surgeon atgreat financial cost and potential risk ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  2. A New Class of Non-Opioid Analgesics for Use in Chronic Pain Management

    SBC: Kalyra Pharmaceuticals, Inc.            Topic: NonDOD

    There has been considerable interest in the development of alternative therapies for pain management that are neither opioid nor non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Kalyra Pharmaceuticals has demonstrated that acetaminophen, also known as APAP

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  3. Cell Phone-based Early Detection of Multi-Organ Injury Biomarkers in Saliva

    SBC: INTELLIGENT OPTICAL SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: DHP16006

    Rapid diagnosis in conflict areas is a growingmilitary need, as troops areexposed to chemical threats (http://www.army.mil/e2/c/downloads/351235.pdf). Testingfor biomarkers in saliva has recently shown great promisein diagnostics, prognostics, and treatmentefficacy follow-up. In addition to itsconveniencefor field sampling and rapid testing,saliva is a rich body fluid with a number of physiologica ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  4. Automated Vision Tester Technology Development for Aircrew Clinical Vision Screening

    SBC: SA PHOTONICS, LLC            Topic: DHP16004

    Existing visual screening devices consist of illuminated test cards. By rotating the knob, images may be changed; however, once the system is loaded with cards it cannot be easily reconfigured. There are a limited number of cards that a unit can hold at one time, and it is impossible to change cards on the fly if a patients vision needs further investigation or if the clinician wants to do variabl ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  5. Diagnostic Device for Detecting Biomarkers of Early Multiorgan Injury in Saliva

    SBC: INNOSENSE CORPORATION            Topic: DHP16006

    DoD requires a single, multiplexed, saliva-based diagnostic bioassay to determine multiorgan injury-relevant systemic toxicity. This assay should quantitatively-detect clinically relevant biomarkers in saliva and validate organ injury arising from chemical/xenobiotic exposure. Innosense LLC (ISL) is building on its proprietary carbon nanotube platform to construct Nano-Mos for detecting salivary b ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  6. Novel Super-cooling of Genitourinary Cells and Tissues for Transplant

    SBC: X-Therma Inc.            Topic: DHP16012

    A key bottleneck to be addressed in regenerative medicine is hypothermic preservation of cells and tissues, which has been shown to extend survival of cell and tissue-based therapies by decreasing ischemic effect. However, preservation technology is aged, toxic and less effective than desired with typical cell survival post-thaw below 50% and unreliable potency. Current technology greatly hinders ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  7. Portable Iron Screening System for Point-of-Care Iron Status Determination

    SBC: CFD RESEARCH CORPORATION            Topic: DHP16005

    Iron deficiency is one of the most common nutritional deficiencies in the United States. Left untreated, iron stores continue to deplete, resulting in iron deficiency anemia (IDA). Women undergoing basic military training are particularly susceptible to reduced and depleted iron stores. To-date, there are no point-of-care (POC) instruments for comprehensive, accurate determination of iron status. ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  8. Humeral Head Intraosseous Training System

    SBC: Strategic Operations, Inc.            Topic: DHP13001

    Strategic Operations is noted for its rapid prototyping, manufacturing, distribution, and training capabilities; while Vcom3D is a leader in developing and fielding highly effective game-based learning products. The transition from R&D to manufacturing the Blended VR/Manikin Humeral Head IO Trainer for the Army and other military service use and commercialization to the civilian market will be se ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  9. Selective Aortic Arch Perfusion Technologies for Hemorrhage-induced Cardiac Arrest

    SBC: RESUSITECH, INC.            Topic: DHP16009

    Trauma is the most common cause of death in ages 1-48. Uncontrolled hemorrhage in the torso is the leading cause of preventable death in military combatants and civilian trauma patients with otherwise survivable injuries. The prospects for survival from hemorrhage-induced traumatic cardiac arrest (HiTCA) are dismal with only about a 1% survival rate. Advances in endovascular technologies have led ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  10. Automated Vision Tester

    SBC: HEDGEFOG RESEARCH INC.            Topic: DHP16004

    Despite recent tremendous leaps in the development of new technologies for image recording, presentation, manipulation, 3D capabilities, and analysis, many vision exams are still performed using paper Snellen charts, paper color charts and Amsler grids. Current procedures are time consuming, labor intensive, potentially subject to transcription errors and test preparation, which may compromise the ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
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