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Medical assistance device tested aboard Camp Pendleton

Petty Officer 2nd Class Christopher Baskett, combat instructor with Field Medical Battalion, from Jefferson City, Mo., and Sgt. Daniel Pereira, combat instructor with FMTB, from Houston, Texas, conduct operational testing of the Tempus Pro, a tactical telemedicine device, over two days of trials aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 22-23. The Tempus Pro attaches to the patient and broadcasts their vital signs back to a battalion aid station or aiding physician so that they can instruct and help the corpsman.



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This work, Medical assistance device tested aboard Camp Pendleton [Image 7 of 11], by Cpl Scott Reel, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.23.2014

Date Posted:01.24.2014 12:43

Photo ID:1155119

VIRIN:140122-M-SE196-005

Resolution:5760x3840

Size:2.73 MB

Location:CAMP PENDLETON, CA, USGlobe

Hometown:HOUSTON, TX, US

Hometown:JEFFERSON CITY, MO, US

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