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Local Patient Record Transfer Modernization in Theater/Operational Settings in Support of JOMIS Patient Movement Requirements Definition Package (RDP) RequirementsSBC: TOYON RESEARCH CORPORATION Topic: DHP191003
As the production of products with wirelesscapabilities like WiFiand Bluetooth are nearly becomingastandard, it offers the opportunity to drop thearchaicmethods to transfer data between devices with technology like CDsand offerasimpler way for military medics to exchange patient information. Toyon Research Corporation proposes DropNet,across-platform application for secure, device-to-device(D2D)me ...SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: Intelligent Automation, Inc. Topic: DHA191005
Operational medicine data needs to be delivered both point-to-point and across multiple hops to particular mobile unit or gateway devices, and possibly beyond in Delayed, Intermittently-connected, Low-bandwidth (DIL) environments without end-to-end connecSBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: NANOHMICS INC Topic: DHA191006
Nanohmics proposes to develop a radically new type of general water toxicity monitor based on the widely published principle that many eukaryotic (including yeast) cell lysosomes swell and increase in numbers in response to pollutants in water within 30-6SBIR 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: 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
SBC: Intelligent Automation, Inc. Topic: DHA191010
Providing timely physical and mental health support to Servicemembers and determining their readiness for duty after mTBI is crucial to maintaining mobility, survivability, lethality, and adaptability of our US Armed Forces. While research indicates thatSBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: VCOM3D INC Topic: DHA191002
The goal of medical simulation-based training such as high-fidelity manikin simulators, part task trainers, and screen-based virtual patients, is to approximate real-life treatment experiences without risk to live patients. While the use of sensors has maSBIR 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: 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: ADA TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Topic: DHA191009
Veterans with amputations are relatively common as a result of war and peace keeping efforts. The civilian amputee population is also steadily growing as a result of vascular disease. For many years, there has been an emphasis on the development of prosthSBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency