From the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (H.R.C.), Bethesda, Maryland; University of Texas Health Science Center (J.B.H.), Houston, Texas; SimQuest LLC (M.M.L., T.K., E.K.S.), Silver Spring, Maryland; US Army Institute of Surgical Research (M.A.S., S.A.W., B.J.E., L.H.B.), Houston, Texas; Naval Health Research Center (M.R.G., J.D.), San Diego, California; Mayo Clinic (D.H.J.), Rochester, Minnesota; and University of Texas Health Science Center (C.E.W.), San Antonio, Texas.
Submitted for publication August 26, 2009.
Accepted for publication February 9, 2010.
Supported by the US Army under Contract Nos. W81XWH-04-0020, DAMD-01-P-0485, W81XWH-04-C-0134, W81XWH-06-C-0365, N41756-06-C-5518, and W81XWH-05-2-0057.
The views, opinions, and/or findings contained in this presentation should not be construed as official DoD positions, policies, or decisions unless so designated by other documentation.
Presented as a poster at the 67th Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma, September 24–27, 2008, Maui, Hawaii.
The Department of Defense (DoD) contracted with SimQuest to create the Surface Wound Mapping software; SimQuest, which is owned by Dr. Champion, retains intellectual property rights to the software. The DoD has license in perpetuity at no cost.
Address for reprints: Howard R. Champion, MD, 954 Melvin Road, Annapolis, MD 21403; email: [email protected].