Military sponsoring project to develop ultrasound therapies

06/28/2006 | BBC

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded contracts to Philips and Seattle's AcousTx to develop a device that uses Doppler ultrasound to locate and then seal ruptured blood vessels in injured soldiers. "These groups are working on making this an autonomous system that any soldier, or first responder, could use in an emergency," one researcher said.

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