Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3) and other advanced life saving procedures such as ATLS, ACLS or PALS rely on standardized frameworks the first responder goes through to examine and treat their patients. Using the Microsoft Hololens 2 and the US Army IVAS, we are helping Soldiers during training of medical skills in austere environments. The application allows Soldiers via the IVAS heads-up display to retrieve and go through TC3 algorithms and assess their skill level while performing medical training procedures on a mannequin or volunteer.
Computer Vision Engineer
Mixed Reality Developer
Medical Advisor, Paramedic
Medical Advisor, Professor Stanford School of Medicine
We are invited for an oral presentation about
"Distributed learning of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3) with the US Army Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS)" at the 2021 MHSRS conference in Florida.
Update: MHSRS 2021 was unfortunately cancelled due to Covid.
Our work about an augmented reality visualization tool for the future of tactical combat casualty care has been published in the military special issue of the Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery.
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