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  1. DHP12-010: Self Powered Biosensors

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Self-powered wearable biosensors will be developed to provide continuous health monitoring, in particular respiratory effort, and ECG monitoring. It will be demonstrated that wearable biosensors can be self-powered by harvesting ambient energy or monitored physiological signals. DESCRIPTION: Self-powered wearable biosensors could provide a powerful tool for continuous medical monit ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  2. DHP12-011: Antimicrobial Textiles

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: The objective of this research is to develop durable, scalable, robust and effective long-term antimicrobial textile finish. DESCRIPTION: There is a continuing need for antimicrobial textiles to provide a range of capabilities to the DOD. These include improved hygiene for soldiers via integration into uniforms to control odor; in medical textiles to control the transmission of p ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  3. DHP12-012: Biosensor and Controller for Closed Loop Anesthesia Delivery System

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop solution to enable closed loop anesthesia delivery system that can be used in far forward operations with regulatory plan for FDA approval, leading to commercialization of the product for use in the United States. DESCRIPTION: Total intravenous anesthesia (TIVA) technique through a target controlled infusion (TCI) approach is an accepted method of inducing and maintaining sed ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  4. DHP12-013: Drug Delivery System for Topical Treatment of Peripheral Neuropathy

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop a controlled, target-specific delivery system for topical treatment of peripheral neuropathy. DESCRIPTION: Peripheral neuropathy (PN) is a painful, debilitating, and often chronic condition associated with diabetes, cancer treated with various chemotherapies, and a wide variety of other diseases and conditions, such as infections, environmental/toxic exposures, alcoholism, an ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  5. DHP12-014: Development of a Biometric Model for Use in Addressing Pelvic Blast Injury

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop and validate a biometric model for use by the medical research community to address dismounted complex blast injury of the pelvis, abdomen, and genitals. DESCRIPTION: In Afghanistan, military medical healthcare providers have expressed an interest in providing protection to soldiers to mitigate dismounted complex blast injury (DCBI). Specifically, they would like to provide ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  6. DHP12-015: Objective Method for Pain Detection/Diagnosis

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop an objective assay for the rapid and reliable detection/diagnosis of pain and its intensity for use with the traumatically injured including the severely cognitively impaired and sedated patients. The developed assay may include but is not limited to biomarker, imaging, electrophysiological, and other physiological and behavioral monitoring techniques. DESCRIPTION: A high pe ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  7. DHP12-016: Development of Technologies that Control Scar Contracture after Burn Injuries

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: The objective of this effort is to design a new innovative technology to intervene during the wound healing process (i.e. inflammatory, proliferative and/or remodeling stages) as to attenuate/control scar contracture and retain skin aesthetics following deep tissue burn injuries. DESCRIPTION: Here we recognize 450,000 burn injuries requiring medical occur in the U.S. each year. Ap ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  8. DLA-001: Advanced Forging Manufacturing Innovations

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) seeks to provide responsive, best value repair parts consistently to our customers, including forged parts which are made when metal is pressed or hammered under great pressure. DLA continually investigates diverse technologies for manufacturing forgings which would lead to the highest level of innovation in the support of fielded weapon systems wit ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  9. DLA-002: Advanced Battery Technologies and Manufacturing Process Improvements

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) seeks to provide responsive, best value supplies consistently to our customers. DLA continually investigates diverse technologies for manufacturing which would lead to the highest level of innovation in battery products supporting fielded weapon systems (many of which were designed in the 1960"s, 1970"s and 1980"s) with a future impact on both commerci ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  10. A12-075: Numerical Model of Variable Surface Roughnesses for Parasite Drag Estimation

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: To develop a numerical model for variable surface roughness distributions that can be implemented into computational fluid dynamics simulations for the estimation of the parasite drag of an aircraft. DESCRIPTION: Surface roughness can be a significant contributor to the drag of an immersed body such as an aircraft [1]. Current Army aircraft can employ a number of materials, paints an ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseArmy
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