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Medical Research

Clinicians at David Grant Medical Center have led advances in the use of Resuscitative Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta, in our understanding of the effects of energy drink consumption and in our long-term expectations for the health of combat survivors. Research performed at David Grant Medical Center is intended to project benefits of American innovative care around the globe. Current research focuses are: Austere Environment Trauma Resuscitation, Traumatic Brain Injury, Evidence-Based Practice, Graduate Medical Education, Fitness and Nutrition, Hyperbaric Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine and Military-Specific Health Care. Results from these studies can be accessed using the links below.

David Grant USAF Medical Center Research:

Resuscitative Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta

Effects of Energy Drink Consumption

Long-term Health Outcomes for Combat Soldiers

Austere Environment Trauma Resuscitation

Trauma Resuscitation

Traumatic Brain Injury

Critical Care

Evidence Based Practice/Continuous Process Improvement

Graduate Medical Education

Fitness & Nutrition

Hyperbaric Medicine

Facial Procedures

Cardiovascular Medicine

Pediatric Trauma Resuscitation

Military Health Care

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Clinical Investigation Facility

Telephone: 707-423-7400
DSN: 799-7400
Fax: 707-423-7267

Mailing Address

David Grant USAF Medical Center/SGSE
Clinical Investigation Facility
101 Bodin Circle, Building 777, Travis Air Force Base, California 94535-1800