Army Medical Research and Materiel Command
The U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command is the Army’s medical materiel developer, with responsibility for medical research, development, and acquisition and medical logistics management. Its efforts focus on military infectious diseases; combat casualty care; military operational medicine; medical chemical and biological defense; and clinical and rehabilitative medicine.
Hydrogel human eye model
Surrogate eye model provides a standardized, storable, and economical platform for biomedical testing, simulation training, tissue replacement and wound repair
Nonvisual endotracheal intubation
Rapid location identification of an ETI tube via hyperspectral imaging
Glare testing device
Objectively assesses visual performance and glare discomfort under varying levels of light conditions
Isolating corneal endothelial cells
High yield process captures more cells with a lower risk of co-collecting keratocytes
Fluid consumption sensor for hydration optimization
Known by its inventors as the Drink-O-Meter
Auditory tests which mimic complex listening scenarios
Test series specifically replicates environmental noises that can directly compete with speech frequencies allowing a patient’s hearing deficits to be more accurately mapped
Accelerated hearing protection fit-check software
Accelerated fit-check performs a rapid pass-fail by using information about the listener’s audiometric thresholds to construct broadband sounds that should be undetectable if the...
Body cooling system for preventing heat injury
Used by the Army's Ranger Training Brigade, this portable system is ideal for cooling the body by immersion of the hands and arms in...
Malaria sporozoite in-vitro production
Decreases the cost, time, and improves the feasibility of producing parasite stages used for vaccine development, drug screening, and basic biological research pertaining to...
FastCast™ immobilizing bone and soft tissue foam
Spray-on polyurethane foam offers a quick, one-step method to stabilize an injury
Virus-like magnetic particles for immunodiagnostics
This VLP conjugated microsphere system will allow more rapid and efficient detection of endemic and emerging viral pathogens in human populations