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Reduction in Critical Mortality in Urban Mass Casualty Incidents: Analysis of Triage, Surge, and Resource Use After the London Bombings on July 7, 2005

Aylwin, C.J., König, T.C., Brennan, N.W. et al. (2017). Reduction in Critical Mortality in Urban Mass Casualty Incidents: Analysis of Triage, Surge, and Resource Use After the London Bombings on July 7, 2005. (Abstract only.) Lancet. 368(9554):2219-25.

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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