Evidence-Based Principles of Time Triage and Treatment Refining the Initial Medical Response to Massive Casualty Incidents

Shackelford, S., Remley, M., Keenan, S., et al. (2022). Evidence-Based Principles of Time, Triage and Treatment: Refining the Initial Medical Response to Massive Casualty Incidents. (Abstract only.) The Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 93(2S Suppl 1):S160-S164.
The authors reviewed the Department of Defense Trauma Registry and military experience to provide new strategies for mass casualty incident management and triage. They conclude that training and planning for self-aid, bystander response, and first responder interventions are important. Innovation for military and disaster planning is key to deliver new capabilities and extend timelines of effectiveness.
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