Combat & Casualty Care

From international relief efforts to mending our wounded warriors, research continues to unlock secrets in advancing medical developments of Robotic-assisted Surgery, Biomarkers for TBI and Neurotrauma, Forward Resuscitation Surgical Teams (FRSTs), and more.

 

Exclusive to C&CC:  COL Ryan Bailey, U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity addressing capabilities acquisition and full-spectrum product life cycle sustainment.

  • Dr. Treven Pickett, National Intrepid Center, Walter Reed, discusses trends in proactive care within the Military Health System’s Traumatic Brain Injury Pathway of Care.
  • U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command efforts in neuroscience, neurotrauma and neurodegeneration working group shedding light on biomarkers to measure TBI severity
  • USNS Mercy Hospital Ship provides the backdrop for first of its kind robotic-assisted surgery
  • A leading industry supplier introduces technology combining a monitor and defibrillator capabilities that maximize operational and cost efficiencies.
  • Mr. Jaime Lee, product manager, Medical Support Systems Project Management Office, USAMMDA, discusses the latest in Air-Supported Shelter capability. 
  • Army Forward Surgical Teams are transitioning to Forward Resuscitation and Surgical Teams (FRSTs) for expanded combat trauma capabilities. 

C&CC, Summer 2018
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C&CC, Summer 2017

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