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The U.S. Army Medical Equipment Development Activity (USAMMDA) showcases the prototype interior of the Army’s only Joint Light Tactical Ambulance and other technologies designed to improve automation, compliance, l effectiveness and data analysis at this week’s Military Health System Research Symposium in Kissimmee, Fla., today through Thursday.

During the symposium, officials said the products demonstrate the current levels of care a service member receives as well as the future of Role 1-3 care, and tools to improve hospital planning and patient management. data systems. Other technologies on display include the Health Readiness and Performance System and the Canine Thermal Model System, wearable devices for monitoring the physiological status of troops and military working dogs.

“Our Project Management Offices are demonstrating cutting-edge technologies here at MHSRS, ranging from sets, kits and outfits used by the combat medic to new digital and automated technologies to improve hospital communication and planning after the disaster. ‘evacuation,’ the colonel said. Andy Nuce, commander of USAMMDA. “USAMMDA, with the help of our partners and stakeholders, is committed to translating research into field products for a medically ready force.”

“It’s about getting constructive feedback and generating partnerships,” he said.

Date taken: 09.12.2022
Date posted: 09.12.2022 17:56
Story ID: 429142
Location: KISSIMMEE, Florida, USA

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