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DARPA has awarded a $12 million contract to develop an automated medical treatment system that can recieve, assess and stabilize wounded soldiers immediately following injury. The trauma pod is used to treat soldiers on the battlefield using advanced (Read
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|"there is a technology patented called brain resusciation which allows stasis of one hr or more without a beating heart and with the brain in perfect suspened annimation. patents exist and the tech is easily proven...yet it has never seen any govt support since it was first introduced in 1991. this is the way to save lives on the battle field and in the trauma units now, today...... without resort to futuristic and combersome land sea and air and surgical robots which are totally unproven and yet undeveloped. look it up. best to you./ dr klatz"
(dr ron klatz 4/5/2005 8:45:30 PM)
|"Don't forget the Autodocs from Larry Niven's "Known Space" stories.
(Got it - at least it was on the site. I could use a better quote, though. They were mentioned in Ringworld, too.
(Winchell Chung 4/8/2005 11:31:07 AM)
|"Very cool! It seems like something I would see in a star wars movie!"
( 4/12/2005 6:00:46 AM)
|"I can't believe that the pentagon has awarded 12million dollars, to a whatever system if it could have helped the katrina victims!!!"
( 9/9/2005 3:29:17 AM)
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