Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Harmonics to heal US military?

BBC News has written 'Ultrasound to treat war wounds' where they talk about how the US military is developing ultrasound waves to heal wounded soldiers in the field:

"The device would first use ultrasound imaging technology, in particular "Doppler ultrasound", to locate internal bleeding. This employs a physical phenomenon known as the Doppler effect to look for a characteristic signature of bleeding vessels.

It would then deliver a focused beam of high-powered ultrasound to those sites in order to cauterise the damaged vessels.

The Deep Bleeder Acoustic Coagulation (DBAC) programme is sponsored by the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa)."

Harmonics from the US to heal as well as programme... thats a decent touch...

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