Triage in Medicine Part I Concept History and Types

Iserson K., and Moskop, J. (2007). Triage in Medicine, Part I: Concept, History, and Types. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 49(3):275-81.
This article provides information on the history and evolution of the practice of triage. It includes a chart detailing the “continuum of triage” from “most resources, most social order, to fewest resources, chaos.” (Part II by Moskop and Iserson is also annotated in this collection.)
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