Rapid Equipping Force gives Army objective measure for head traumas

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Rapid Equipping Force gives Army objective measure for head traumas
Head traumas can be hard for doctors to spot, mostly because not all the warning signs are usually present. But the Army Rapid Equipping Force‘s (REF) new devices can come in handy for that very reason. The tools provide an objective measure of brain activity, instead of relying on split-second reactions that a human may miss when inspecting soldiers.
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