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SBC: SHARP VISION SOFTWARE LLC Topic: DHA191002
A proof-of-concept research on Intelligent Patient Platform is proposed with the goal to improve healthcare training experience by adding natural language capability to patient simulators by leveraging the latest artificial intelligent technologies so thaSBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: INNOVITAL SYSTEMS INC Topic: DHA191008
Secondary injuries including pressure-induced skin and soft tissue injury (PSSTI) and hypothermia complicate care for wounded soldiers starting from point of wounding up through higher levels of care. A transport pad capable addressing secondary injuriesSBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: Temkin Associates, LLC Topic: DHA191003
In operational medicine, DHA continues to face challenges in documenting patient treatments at the point of injury in Theater, through moving records with the patient back to Garrison. The challenge includes: 1) the documentation and capture of data elSBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: CHROMOLOGIC LLC Topic: DHA191008
In order to meet Department of Defense, Defense Health Agency’s (DoD, DHA) need for a field-ready, antiseptic, warming, and pressure relieving casualty transport pad for up to 72 hours of litter evacuation, ChromoLogic proposes to develop an antiseptic, wSBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: CLOSTRA INC Topic: DHA191005
The problem is clear: battlefield conditions often result in degraded network communications or situations where there is no network available at all. This results in significant harm to effective communications along a broad spectrum of devices and needSBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: LYNNTECH INC Topic: DHA191011
Traumatic injuries to the limbs of soldiers are commonplace on the battlefield. Current methods of providing immediate pain relief to injured soldiers involve the administration of opiates or other drugs. Aside from the negative side effects of opiate useSBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: SPZ TECHNOLOGIE LLC Topic: DHA191006
To address the US Army’s 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 cosSBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: NEXTGEN AERONAUTICS, INC. Topic: DHA191010
Accurate, real-time kinematic, kinetic, and biomechanical data on warfighters performing complex tasks, collected for extended periods of time, have enormous potential benefits – they can be used to optimize warfighter physical performance, develop strateSBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: AUGMNTR, INC. Topic: DHA191001
The purpose of the MEDIC (Medic’s Enhanced Diagnostic Imaging Companion) system is to provide combat medics, via Augmented Reality (AR), a digitally-superimposed avatar representing the internal anatomy of their Warfighter patient. Phase I of this SBIR pSBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: APDM, INC. Topic: DHA191010
Current balance and gait assessment practices in field environments lack adequate sensitivity to measure subtle but potentially duty-limiting deficits in Service Member (SM) performance. Clinicians endeavor to provide timely, evidence-based assessment ofSBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency