Consensus on Items and Quantities of Clinical Equipment Required to Deal with a Mass Casualties Big Bang Incident A National Delphi Study

The authors asked 32 experts in the UK who had clinical experience with mass casualty incidents (MCI) to rank medical items necessary to treat 100 patients at the scene of a MCI. The experts achieved consensus on 134 items (54%); findings can be used to support MCI resource allocation planning.
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