Philips to lead DARPA ultrasound technology project

Philips Medical Systems of Andover, MA, will join its corporate counterpart Philips Research in phase one of a planned four-year Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) medical technology project to reduce the number of battlefield deaths from internal bleeding.

The technology will take the form of an ultrasound-based cuff device. The application may be extended to prevent blood-loss related civilian deaths caused by accidents and serious injury.

The collaboration includes Philips Applied Technologies and the University of Washington's Applied Physics Laboratory in Seattle.

By staff writers
July 19, 2006

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