Full Text Journal Articles in
Journal Mil Med

Advertisement

Find full text journal articles






Non-pharmacological Home Therapies for Subacute Low Back Pain in Active Duty Military Personnel: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

Laura A Talbot, Lee Webb, Vanessa J Ramirez, Christopher Morrell, Martina Bryndziar, Kayla Enochs, E Jeffrey Metter,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Low back pain (LBP) is a major cause of visits to ambulatory care, missed duty time, and disability discharge. The subacute phase of LBP presents an opportune time to prevent chronicity and lessen recurrence. The goal of this randomized controlled trial (RCT) was to determine the relative effectiveness of neuromuscular ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, :]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Military Exposures Predict Mental Health Symptoms in Explosives Personnel but Not Always as Expected.

Nikki E Barczak-Scarboro, Lisa M Hernández, Marcus K Taylor,

<h4>Objective</h4>The aim of this study was to determine the unique and combined associations of various military stress exposures with positive and negative mental health symptoms in active duty service members.<h4>Materials and methods</h4>We investigated 87 male U.S. Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) technicians (age M ± SE, range 33.7 ± 0.6, 22-47 years). Those who endorsed ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, :]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Advertisement

Head Impact Modeling to Support a Rotational Combat Helmet Drop Test.

Ryan Terpsma, Rika Wright Carlsen, Ron Szalkowski, Sushant Malave, Alice Lux Fawzi, Christian Franck, Chad Hovey,

<h4>Introduction</h4>The Advanced Combat Helmet (ACH) military specification (mil-spec) provides blunt impact acceleration criteria that must be met before use by the U.S. warfighter. The specification, which requires a helmeted magnesium Department of Transportation (DOT) headform to be dropped onto a steel hemispherical target, results in a translational headform impact response. ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, :]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Reducing Setup and Turnover Times in the OR With an Innovative Sterilization Container: Implications for the COVID-19 Era Military Medicine.

David F Bradley, Kenneth Romito, James Dockery, Lance Taylor, Nicholas ONeel, Jose Rodriguez, Laura A Talbot,

<h4>Introduction</h4>The global 2019 coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) is setting unprecedented demands on the nation and the military and surgical services. Surgical demands include a large backlog of surgical cases, strain on available resources, and the need for additional measures to prevent exposure. The purpose of this project was to evaluate the ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, 186(12 Suppl 2):35-39]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Just-in-Time Training for the Use of ICU Nurse Extenders During COVID-19 Pandemic Response.

Julie R Duffy, Mario A Vergara,

Landstuhl Regional Medical Center's response to the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic included a plan to provide just-in-time training for nursing staff and paraprofessionals from throughout the organization in the event that it became overwhelmed with more critically ill patients than the facility was staffed to manage. Training conducted was a ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, 186(12 Suppl 2):40-43]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Outcomes of Heated High Flow Nasal Cannula in Patients With Severe or Life-Threatening COVID-19 at a Military Treatment Facility-A Retrospective Cohort Study.

Capt Yonatan P Dollin, Capt Brian P Elliott, Ronald Markert, Maj Matthew T Koroscil,

<h4>Introduction</h4>The coronavirus-19 (COVID-19) pandemic has forced radical changes in management of healthcare in military treatment facilities (MTFs). Military treatment facilities serve unique patients that have a service connection; thus, research and data on this population are relatively sparse. The purpose of this study was to provide descriptive data on characteristics ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, :]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Prevalence of and Risk Factors for Back Pain Among Young Male Conscripts During Compulsory Finnish Military Service.

Saara Suikkanen, Harri Pihlajamäki, Mickael Parviainen, Hannu Kautiainen, Ilkka Kiviranta,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Back pain is a major reason for sick leaves and disability pension in primary health care. The prevalence of back pain among adolescents and young adults is believed to be increasing, and back pain during military service predicts unspecified back pain during later life. The aim of this study was ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, :]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Tools, Time, Training, and Team-Military Primary Care Providers' Perspectives on Improving Chronic Pain Assessment and Management.

Asha Mathew, Honor McQuinn, Diane M Flynn, Jeffrey C Ransom, Ardith Z Doorenbos,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Primary care providers are on the front lines of chronic pain management, with many reporting frustration, low confidence, and dissatisfaction in handling the complex issues associated with chronic pain care. Given the importance of their role and reported inadequacies and dissatisfaction in managing this challenging population, it is important to ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, :]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Wearable Sensors Detect Movement Differences in the Portable Warrior Test of Tactical Agility After mTBI in Service Members.

Oleg Favorov, Olcay Kursun, Timothy Challener, Amy Cecchini, Karen L McCulloch,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Assessment of functional recovery of service members following a concussion is central to their return to duty. Practical military-relevant performance-based tests are needed for identifying those who might need specialized rehabilitation, for evaluating the progress of recovery, and for making return-to-duty determinations. One such recently developed test is the 'Portable ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, :]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Mandating the COVID-19 Vaccine for U.S. Service Members: An Exploration of Ethical Arguments.

Jeanne A Krick, Tyler R Reese,

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues across the globe, the advent of novel vaccines has created a possible path to prepandemic life for many. Still, many individuals, including those in the U.S. military, remain hesitant about getting vaccinated. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently granted full approval to the Pfizer-BioNTech ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, :]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Medical Intelligence Team Lessons Learned: Early Activation and Knowledge Product Development Mitigate COVID-19 Threats.

Laurie Migliore, Dawnkimberly Hopkins, Savannah Jumpp, Ceferina Brackett, Jessica Cromheecke,

Leadership during the emergence of the novel coronavirus pandemic is complex and involves coordinated efforts between multiple levels of leadership from the medical, installation, local, state, and federal levels. Medical intelligence is critical to successful pandemic threat mitigation. We describe one of the first coronavirus (Coronavirus Disease-2019 (COVID-19)) impacted Department ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, 186(12 Suppl 2):15-22]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Neonatal Aeromedical Evacuation During COVID-19: An Interview With Captain Danielle James.

Danielle James, Laura A Talbot,

During the coronavirus-19 pandemic, limited information existed about the risks and consequences of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection associated with maternal transmission to neonates. With rapidly evolving evidence, Air Force Neonatal Intensive Care Unit nurses at U.S. Naval Hospital Okinawa, Japan, adapted their standard operating procedures to safeguard ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, 186(12 Suppl 2):74-80]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Nursing Leadership During COVID-19: Leading an Inpatient Response at a Regional Military Medical Center.

Ekerette U Akpan, William O Murray, Mario A Vergara, Sarah J Murray, Christopher H Stucky, Marla J De Jong, Elba Villacorta,

The coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic stressed healthcare systems worldwide and exposed major flaws in military and civilian healthcare systems. Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC) serves as the only military medical center for over 205,000 U.S. service members, beneficiaries, and coalition partners stationed throughout Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. The ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, 186(12 Suppl 2):50-55]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



COVID-19 Operational Response Cell for the III Marine Expeditionary Force: An Interview With Navy Nurse LT Dana Brackup, NC, USN.

Dana M Brackup, Heather C King,

During the coronavirus disease of 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, overseas military bases faced unique challenges to preserve force health protection while simultaneously caring for military beneficiaries. The response to the rapidly evolving challenges surrounding transmission of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 in Okinawa, Japan, required innovative solutions. One innovative ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, 186(12 Suppl 2):68-73]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



COVID-19: Military Nurses Leading Innovation Through Research, Clinical Care, Education, and Collaboration.

Capt Heather C King, Col Laura A Talbot,

Military nurses have been placed in the forefront of clinical and leadership roles during the COVID-19 pandemic. Serving in critical roles, military nurses have spearheaded innovations in clinical practice, conducted research, and implemented evidence-based practice projects that have advanced the capabilities of the Armed Forces Nurse Corps. This collection captures ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, 186(12 Suppl 2):1-3]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Overuse Injury in Military Working Dog Handlers: A Pattern of Behavior and a Path to Prevention.

Michael W Patt, Jeremiah T Oh, Joanna G Branstetter, Jerome M Benavides,

Military working dog handlers and their canine partners continue to be invaluable team members on missions of national importance, but little information exists in the medical literature regarding specific musculoskeletal injuries to military working dog handlers. We report a case of a dog handler with overuse shoulder traction injuries due ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, :]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



A Review of Brooke Army Medical Center Chaplaincy Service During the SARS-COV2 Pandemic: Implications for Service Structure and Patient Needs.

Zaith Bauer, Joseph Sherwin, Stanley Smith, Jason Radowsky,

<h4>Introduction</h4>We aimed to evaluate the effect of the SARS-COV2 pandemic on chaplain utilization at Brooke Army Medical Center. Our hypothesis was that multiple pandemic-related factors led to a care environment with increased mental and spiritual stress for patients and their families, leading to an increased need for adjunct services such ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, :]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Response to Letter to the Editor "The French Damage Control Resuscitation and Surgical Team in 2021: A Field-Proven Concept".

Antoine Luft, Pierre Pasquier, Jean-Philippe Avaro,

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, :]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Not Your Average Mediastinal Mass: A Case of a Large Mediastinal Teratoma in a Patient With a History of Polio Disease.

Sara M Wilson, Andrei S B Lojek, Grettel J Zamora-Berridi, John A Hodgson,

Mediastinal masses can be challenging to the surgical team and anesthetic considerations vary according to the location, pathology, surgical approach, and patient comorbidities. We report the case of a 21 cm symptomatic intrathoracic teratoma in a postpartum patient with a history of poliomyelitis. Significant challenges were presented for anesthetic induction, potential ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, :]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



We're Stronger Together: A Collaboration to Support Military Families During the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Dehussa A Urbieta, Jennifer L Akin, Wendy M Hamilton, Whitney W Brock, Abigail Marter Yablonsky,

<h4>Introduction</h4>The COVID-19 pandemic has created challenges for every segment of the U.S. population, including military personnel and their families. The TriService Nursing Research Program's Military Family Research Interest Group (FIG) formed a collaboration with Blue Star Families, a civilian non-profit organization, to identify potential issues faced by military families during ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, 186(12 Suppl 2):23-34]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



The Military Treatment Facility COVID-19 Response in an Isolated Rural Environment: Challenges and Lessons Learned.

Breslin T Gillis, William O Murray, William J Brown,

The coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) pandemic remains an extraordinary event that continues to strain healthcare systems worldwide. Unlike the military treatment facilities (MTFs) in the USA, which have ready access to tertiary care facilities, those MTFs in foreign countries confront a host of challenges in meeting mission requirements. In this article, ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, 186(12 suppl 2):44-49]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



A Case Report of Air Force Reserve Nurses Deployed to New York City for COVID-19 Support.

Stephen Hernandez,

Initial DoD support of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) operations for New York City (NYC) coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) relief included the deployment of military medics to the Javits New York Medical Station and USNS Comfort. When Air Force (AF) Reservists arrived in NYC, 64th Air Expeditionary Group leaders worked ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, 186(12 Suppl 2):56-60]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



A Case Series: Describing the Coronavirus Pandemic Response in Small Naval OCONUS Military Treatment Facilities.

Emily R Latimer, Christopher A Parker, Pauline A Swiger,

<h4>Introduction</h4>The European SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) outbreak threatened military beneficiaries receiving care outside of the United States. Military treatment facilities located outside the United States were the first to respond to the pandemic, requiring immediate action to establish novel protocols. The purpose of this case series is to describe challenges, solutions, and ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, 186(12 Suppl 2):61-67]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Army Nurse Corps Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Lessons Learned.

Jack M Davis,

A new strain of coronavirus (COVID-19) emerged in 2020 changing the way the nation looked, worked and lived. In response to this unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, the Army Nurse Corps (ANC) reexamined our capabies and agility to respond to a new and rapidly evolving environment. Maintaining the pivot to readiness, providing ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, 186(12 Suppl 2):4-8]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Nurse Leader Expertise for Pandemic Management: Highlighting the Essentials.

Susan G Hopkinson, Bonnie Mowinski Jennings,

The COVID-19 pandemic requires military nurse leaders in various patient care settings to engage in disaster response. Evidence supports essential leadership attributes for nurses that include skilled communication, organizational influence, and personnel management. Yet, nursing expertise that shapes nurse leader responsibilities during disaster management remains unclear. A description of how ... Read more >>

Mil Med (Military medicine)
[2021, 186(12 Suppl 2):9-14]

Cited: 0 times

View full text PDF listing >>



Advertisement


Disclaimer

1.1486 s