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    NAMRU San Antonio conducts Quantitative Detection of Pain Study [Image 3 of 3]

    NAMRU San Antonio conducts Quantitative Detection of Pain Study



    Photo by Burrell Parmer 

    Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-FORT SAM HOUSTON – (March 1, 2022) Members of the Naval Medical Research Unit (NAMRU) San Antonio’s Electrodermal Activity Sensing for Quantitative Detection of Pain study team. Left to right: Dr. William D’Angelo, Jacqueline-Rae Villanueva, Cmdr. Drew Havard, Katie Geary, Cmdr. Rachel Werner, and Stephanie Speaker of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center. Electrodermal activity is fluctuations in the electrical characteristics of the skin, typically controlled by the sweat glands. The study is being conducting to create a machine learning algorithm that will distinguish between pain and anxiety to help dental care providers provide optimal care to their patients. NAMRU San Antonio’s mission is to conduct gap driven combat casualty care, craniofacial, and directed energy research to improve survival, operational readiness, and safety of Department of Defense personnel engaged in routine and expeditionary operations. It is one of the leading research and development laboratories for the U.S. Navy under the DoD and is one of eight subordinate research commands in the global network of laboratories operating under the Naval Medical Research Center in Silver Spring, Md. (U.S. Navy photo by Burrell Parmer, Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio Public Affairs/Released)



    Date Taken: 03.01.2022
    Date Posted: 03.15.2022 09:04
    Photo ID: 7092888
    VIRIN: 220301-N-ND850-0003
    Resolution: 2100x1500
    Size: 1.92 MB
    Location: SAN ANTONIO, TX, US 

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