Marc Whedbe, director of U.S. military sales for Remote Diagnostic Technologies, from Virginia Beach, Va. talks to Marines and Sailors about the Tempus Pro, a tactical telemedicine device, over two days of informational and operational testing 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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