Military Medicine

A Primary Care Telehealth Experience in a US Army Correctional Facility in Germany.

Publication Date: 
Feb 14, 2016

OBJECTIVE: To assess the feasibility of using telehealth (TH) equipment and infrastructure within the US Army's European Theater to evaluate and treat inmates with general medical complaints, and perform physicals and medical safety checks in a US Army Correctional Facility (CORFAC).

[The basic directions and experience of use of telemedical technologies in military-medical service].

Publication Date: 
Mar 28, 2015

The authors showed that a promising solution for emergency telemedicine advisory assistance issues in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation is the implementation of technical opportunity of direct advisory support to any functional unit and specialists from main and central military hospital

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Mobile app self-care versus in-office care for stress reduction: a cost minimization analysis.

Publication Date: 
Dec 10, 2014

We calculated the cost of providing stress reduction care with a mobile phone app (Breathe2Relax) in comparison with normal in-person care, the standard method for managing stress in military and civilian populations. We conducted a cost-minimization analysis.

Use of mobile phones as a tool for United States health diplomacy abroad.

Publication Date: 
Mar 22, 2010

Rapidly emerging mobile communications platforms, such as mobile phones, in countries across Africa, Iraq, and Afghanistan offer new opportunities for direct public engagement in health systems, placing tools and timely information into the hands of those who need it most.

The ARES test system for palm OS handheld computers.

Publication Date: 
Mar 19, 2007

The ARES (ANAM Readiness Evaluation System) is a cognitive testing system designed for operation on palm OS handheld computers i.e., Personal Digital Assistants (PDA). It provides an inexpensive and portable testing platform for field and clinical applications.