Reduction in Critical Mortality in Urban Mass Casualty Incidents Analysis of Triage Surge and Resource Use After the London Bombings on July 7 200

The authors retrospectively analyzed the pre-hospital and hospital response to the 2005 London bombings. They found that over-triage rates were reduced where advanced prehospital teams did initial scene triage, and that critical mortality did not seem to be related to over-triage.
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