Medical research in the area of reset informs evidence-based clinical guidelines for procedures that restore critical function and improve disfigurement. It also forms the basis for rehabilitation programs for blast-related psychological disorders, amputations, disfigurement, and other injuries with long-term effects on quality of life. The Blast Injury Research Program is committed to medical research that yields strategies to reduce recovery time, maximize opportunities for return to duty and/or reintegration into the civilian workforce, and improve the quality of life for Service Members who have experienced blast-related injuries.
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