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

Duncan, E., Colver, K., Dougall, N., et al. (2016). Consensus on Items and Quantities of Clinical Equipment Required to Deal with a Mass Casualties Big Bang Incident: A National Delphi Study. BMC Emergency Medicine. 14: 5.

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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