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Introduction: On February 14th, according to TechCrunch, on the battlefield with serious injuries and dangerous conditions, the most important thing is to provide prompt and effective treatment for injured soldiers. DARPA, a research department affiliated with the US Department of Defense, believes that medical effects can be greatly improved by using smart bandages and other systems that can anticipate patient needs and automatically respond.

On February 14th, according to TechCrunch, on the battlefield with serious injuries and dangerous conditions, the most important thing is to provide prompt and effective treatment for injured soldiers. DARPA, a research department affiliated with the US Department of Defense, believes that medical effects can be greatly improved by using smart bandages and other systems that can anticipate patient needs and automatically respond.

Ordinary cuts and bruises require only a little bandage and time, and the amazing immune system of humans will handle the rest. But on the battlefield, the wounds suffered by soldiers may be more serious, and under complex and unpredictable conditions, there may be many factors that prevent wound healing. DARPA's Tissue Regeneration Bio-Electronics Project (BETR) is designed to help fund new treatments and devices, "to closely track the progress of the wound, and then stimulate the healing process in real time to optimize tissue repair and regeneration."

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