Combat & Casualty Care

The August 2022 issue of Combat & Casualty Care focuses on the challenge that environmental extremes can pose to sustaining force health.



Exclusive Interviews:

  • LTG Ronald Place, Director, Defense Health Agency (DHA) on the state of Military Health System (MHS) GENESIS electronic health record roll out
  • COL Mike Tarpey, Commander, U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory (USAARL) on the latest efforts in Enroute Care Program mobile evac
  • Drs. John Castellani and Billie Alba, Thermal and Mountain Medicine Division, U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, on pre-conditioning of hand dexterity to promote blood flow in cold weather

Features:

  • Mobile applications, Individual Heat Optimization Training Tool (iHOTT)and Cold Weather Ensemble Decision Aid (CoWEDA), reducing hyper/hypothermia
  • The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) is partnering with federal agencies to provide COVID-19 viral mitigation support to island nations
  • Latest in Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) technology for defeating the threat of airborne contagions
  • State-of-the-art backpack combines robustness with lightweight versatility for conquering the mission
  • Cutting-edge vertical lift-compatible medical litter capability addressing critical need in Ukraine
  • On-contact effective poison ivy, oak, and sumac wash helping to safely mitigate post-contact effects

 

C&CC, Spring 2022

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C&CC, Spring 2022

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C&CC, Q4 2021

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C&CC, Summer 2021

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C&CC, Spring 2021

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