Spinal Cord Stimulation Need Not Keep Soldiers From Action
Back pain treatment shouldn't interfere with service, study finds
WEDNESDAY, July 8 (HealthDay News) -- In a turnabout from prior recommendations, a new study says soldiers
who need electrical spinal cord stimulation to relieve chronic back pain may be able to return to active duty.
Old Tech Helps Soldiers With New Wound Infection
Antibiotic-laced bone cement cuts complications that could cost them a limb
THURSDAY, Jan. 29 (HealthDay News) -- A combination of bone cement and antibiotics may help fight dangerous infections that can develop in compound (open) fractures suffered by U.S. soldiers
in Afghanistan and...
US soldiers in high-tuberculosis areas face new epidemic: false positives
U.S. Army service members are increasingly deployed in regions of the world where tuberculosis (TB) is rampant, such as Iraq and Afghanistan, and the military now faces a growing medical problem. But it is not TB itself that is on the riseinstead, the problem lies with the growing number of pseudo...
New Veterans Drug Court Focuses on Rehabilitating Our Soldiers Through Mental Health Treatment
ALEXANDRIA, Va., May 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The National
Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) is pleased to announce the
establishment of the Buffalo Veterans' Treatment Court in Buffalo, N.Y.,
which addresses the increasing number of veterans entering the criminal
Healing Wounds and Hearts: Warrior Weekend Helps Soldiers Relax and Recover
NEWARK, Del., March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- In an effort to reach out to
wounded soldiers, Retired Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel Steve Udovich has
organized "Warrior Weekend," a series of uplifting and rejuvenating weekend
retreats -- offered at no cost to injured soldiers
and marines. The trips
UB's bioblower closer to protecting soldiers from biological attack
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- A powerful air sterilization technology developed at the University at Buffalo has killed every biological agent with which it has been challenged, including airborne spores, viruses and bacteria in independent tests conducted for the U.S. Department of Defense.
A prototype pro...
How do multiple deployments affect soldiers and their families?
The U.S. Military researched that question last year and put together a report, the Mental Health Advisory Team IV, that studied soldier mental health and well-being. The current issue of Traumatology, published by SAGE, takes a sobering look at that study, exploring the three most critical elemen...
Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Expands Service Offerings for Injured Soldiers with the New 'Warriors to Work' Program
-Resume Builder and Job Postings Part of Available Resources-
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Jan. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- In their ongoing effort to
ensure this group of returning wounded veterans are the most well-adjusted
and successful generation of veterans, Wounded Warrior Project has expanded
Injured Soldiers at Walter Reed Hospital to Benefit From Congressional Fundraiser
CHEVY CHASE, Md., Sept. 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Garland Miller,
President of the Combat Soldiers
Recovery Fund, announced that there will
be a Congressional reception to benefit the Fund on Wednesday evening,
September 26, 2007. According to Ms. Miller, "100% of all donations to the
Life-Saving News for Battlefield Soldiers & Wounded Civilians
FDA Clears Product to Stop Severe Bleeding
BETHESDA, Md., Sept. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- A lightweight, pre-mixed,
dressing compound that is scientifically-proven to stem high-pressure
bleeding in moderate to severe wounds has received FDA clearance after six
weeks of review. Availabi...
Soldiers in Medical Technology
Neuro Kinetics: Research Suggests I-Portal(R) NOTC Data Shows Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries That Other Technologies Miss
...American Balance Society, Case Study on Web Site, New Help for Returning Vets
PITTSBURGH, March 4 /PRNewswire/ -- With record numbers of American soldiers
returning from Iraq and Afghanistan with brain injuries, a case study from Neuro Kinetics, Inc. (NKI) ( www.neuro-kinetics.com ) suggests that tests u...
For Iraq Veterans, Headaches Continue After Traumatic Brain Injury
... SEATTLE, Feb. 24 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Many soldiers
who experienced mild head trauma or a blast exposu...onducted at Fort Lewis, WA, involved 978 U.S. Army soldiers
returning from Iraq or Afghanistan in 2008. All ha...ure while deployed.
Nearly 98 percent of the soldiers
reported having headaches during the last three mo...
KGI Professor Ian Phillips Awarded Defense Grants for Medical Combat Research
...fatalities among American military personnel.
"With battlefield injuries, soldiers
can bleed to death before medics
are able to reach them," said Phillips. "W..., known as the Automatic Hemostat Vector,
would be given as an injection to soldiers
before going into battle.
Phillips research is focusing on a molecule that ...
U.S. Census Bureau Daily Feature for March 11
...the U.S. on this day 90 years ago
and experts are still studying it, hoping to head off a similar global
pandemic. The first cases were reported among soldiers
at Fort Riley,
Kansas, just back from fighting in Europe. Called the "Spanish influenza,"
the virus moved quickly, and in October, the worst month, 19...
ACC Concerned Over Reporting of Biomonitoring Results
...reath, drink, or touch is made of chemicals. Chemicals are used in
life-saving medicines, to clean drinking water, in bulletproof vests to
protect our soldiers
and law enforcement, in airbags, bicycle helmets, and
in so many other products that keep individuals and families healthy and
safe. One concern abou...
CEL-SCI Corporation Releases Letter to Shareholders
... 3) They act like specific parts of our immune system, when in reality we need a more complete immune approach (the whole army vs. specialized soldiers
only). Cancer is a very complex disease and requires a comprehensive immune
system approach. Our Multikine is designed to address the shortfalls
Soldiers in Medical Definition
Prosthetic Rehabilitation After Craniofacial Surgery
Doctors Work to Restore Damaged Faces of Iraq War soldiers
Soldiers in Biological News
New center at Georgia Tech aims to improve recovery of soldiers with severe injuries
When a soldier is wounded during combat, surgeons must focus on reducing infection and reconstructing damaged bone and tissues. Technologies that could improve the repair and regeneration processes are being developed in research laboratories across the country, but they are not being moved quickl...
Hormone levels contribute to stress resilience
...fare Operations Center to study special operations soldiers
enrolled in the military Combat Diver Qualificatio...sychological and hormone assessments on a group of soldiers
the day before they began the month-long CDQC, and... underwater navigation exercise.
They found that soldiers
with more DHEA performed better during the final u...
Army study improves ability to predict drinking water needs
leave base for a three-day mission, how much water...
BETHESDA, Md. (July 8, 2009) When soldiers
leave base for a 3-day mission, how much water sho...d, to take into account new fabric in the clothing soldiers
expanded, to predict water needs over long h...
Healing wounds with lasers, vehicles that drive themselves, other cutting-edge optics
...able with protective aluminum and plexiglass casing would only add bulk and weight. Their energy consumption is also an issue in the field, where U.S. soldiers
have to maximize precious battery power.
Flexible displays are an attractive alternative to existing liquid crystal display (LCD) models because t...
Synthetic chemical offers solution for crops facing drought
...ven that we can enlist
chemicals that modulate stress responses in crops as soldiers
in the blue
revolution. Now our goal is to design the best chemical soldiers
Study results appear April 30 in Science Express and in th...
Ultrasound imaging now possible with a smartphone
...nd as many applications as possible,' Richard said.
One such application could find its way to the military. Medics could quickly diagnose wounded soldiers
with the small, portable probe and phone to detect quickly the site of shrapnel wounds in order to make the decision of transporting the soldier or tr...
CellThera and WPI advance in regeneration study
... regenerative abilities to heal wounds that involve bone, muscle, nerves, and soft tissue. The impetus for the program is to develop new therapies for soldiers
who return home from war with major injuries. If successful, however, the science will have a broad range of civilian applications, as well. "Transla...
Study suggests salt might be 'nature's antidepressant'
... upon a time, it was hard to come by. Salt consumption and its price skyrocketed around 2000 B.C. when it was discovered as a food preservative. Roman soldiers
were paid in salt; the word salary is derived from the Latin for salt. Even when mechanical refrigeration lessened the need for salt in the 19th centu...
Brupbacher prize to Nubia Munoz and Sir Richard Peto
...) and determined that smokers have a life expectancy that is shortened by 10 years. Peto estimated that the free distribution of cigarettes to British soldiers
in the First World War led in the course of decades to more victims than the war itself.
Peto and his staff were also able to show that giving up ...
UT to develop fracture putty for traumatic leg injuries
...rews hold the grafts to healthy bone and external fixators provide support. soldiers
may require multiple surgeries and recuperation periods of about a year. An...ull use of the injured leg.
If fracture putty proves successful, injured soldiers
could fundamentally regain full use of their legs in a much shorter period ...
Soldiers in Biological Technology
Next Safety Releases Advanced Respirator for Infectious Diseases
...ome patients and persons who are addicted to smoking cigarettes. The company is developing combined respirator and pulmonary drug delivery systems for soldiers
to have highly sophisticated medical care that greatly enhances their likely hood of survival in battle.
Next Safety engineers are experts in h...
Charging ahead: University of Houston team revealing secrets of electricity-producing materials
...s to the point at which considerably more power can be harvested from common activities.
"An enormous benefit can be expected in everything from soldiers
in the field, to police on the street, to air and ground vehicles in the form of locally powered devices," White explains.
Sharma says the environ...
Video: Turning Hope Into Reality - VA Research to Restore Veterans' Abilities
...A arm allowed him to smoothly bring a water bottle to his mouth and drink.
DARPA has undertaken the monumental task of fulfilling our pact to our soldiers
by embarking on an effort to provide fully integrated limb replacements that enable victims of upper body limb loss to perform arm and hand tasks with...
Duke researchers coax bright white light from unexpected source
...ficient and safe illumination source.
"One of the objectives is to give soldiers
efficient lighting that doesn't run their batteries down," Everitt said. "T...ury. "If a fluorescent bulb gets broken in the course of battle, it exposes soldiers
to that mercury in addition to its shattered glass," Everitt said.
Top 10 Cognitive Fitness Events of 2008 to be Unveiled at SharpBrains' Webinar
... Health initiatives, not renewing its agreement with Posit Science.
5) June: The US Army launches a new policy requiring cognitive screenings of all soldiers
before deployment (in order to better diagnose potential brain-based disorders such as PTSD and TBI upon return).
6) June: Lumos Labs secures $3m inv...
Self-powered devices possible, says Texas A&M researcher
... by everyone from the average consumer to law enforcement officers and even soldiers
in the battlefield.
Many of these high-tech devices contain components t... The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has investigated methods for soldiers
in the field to generate power for their portable equipment through the ene...
Nephros Provides Corporate Update
....S. medical centers for infection control and has been selected for further development by the U.S. Marine Corps for purification of drinking water by soldiers
in the field.
For more information on Nephros, please visit its website at http://www.nephros.com/ .
Advanced BioHealing and Regenesis Biomedical Form Co-Promotion Alliance for Dermagraft(R)
...ales and marketing team to bring
this complementary product to veterans and soldiers
who will benefit from
treatment of their diabetic wounds." There are more t...eatment capability
from tertiary out-patient care for military veterans and soldiers
service in-patient facilities.
Regenesis developed and now market...
The most natural drug
...ther research and testing, this new method might allow a nurse going into the center of an outbreak to receive a shot to keep her safe from infection. soldiers
in the field could keep a shot of anti-anthrax in their packs in case of a biological attack.
With more research, this new technology could also be...
Mr. Richard Decker Appointed Technical Director of Edgewood Chemical Biological Center
...ngineering within the
organization since February 2005.
As Technical Director, Mr. Decker is responsible for 1,600 Department
of the Army civilians, soldiers
and on-site contractors located at Aberdeen
Proving Ground, MD; Pine Bluff Arsenal, AR; and Rock Island, Ill. Those
employees conduct research, engine...
Soldiers in Biological Dictionary
...enior defense officials are getting a glimpse of the latest in unmanned systems ... Army General Urgers Faster Fielding of Unmanned Vehicle Systems to soldiers
in ... It identifies the critical elements of transformation , assigns roles and responsibilities for promoting transformation , and describes ...
...cells are very similar except for several things. ... Online Medical Dictionary and glossary with medical definitions ... The T cells are like soldiers
who search out and destroy the targeted invaders. ... A T reg is a type of white blood cell and a type of lymphocyte. ... Treatment to destroy ...
...neumatic Exoskeleton , a Good Getaway Suit ... exoskeleton . Soft Pneumatic Exo-Skeleton Runs on Air, Electronics ... Exoskeletons will allow soldiers
to run faster, carry heavier weapons and leap ... Exoskeleton Image Gallery ... Basically, an exoskeleton is a wearable ... Exoskeleton is a...
... metal band from the USA. ... Have you gotten your Division gear? Click here to check ... Division donated copies of Trinity for distribution to soldiers
... Division - Definition of Division at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary ... Basic division . Division facts. Free division works....
... from a union of IVF technology and molecular ... Blastomere Biopsy : ... Ablation of the B4 blastomere resulted in most broods containing only soldiers
... The B4 blastomere treatment usually resulted in broods comprised only of ... Although fates both of the early blastomeres and of regions of...