Novel IT Application for Reverse Triage Selection A Pilot Study

Pollaris, G., Note, S., Desruelles, D., and Sabbe, M. (2017). Novel IT Application for Reverse Triage Selection: A Pilot Study. (Abstract only.) Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness. 12(5):559-605.
The objective of this study was to develop and evaluate an evidence-based information technology application hospital administrators can use to assist with decision-making during the reverse-triage selection process in mass casualty incidents. The authors developed and used the “Reverse Triage Tool of Leuven” in a study, where they selected almost twice as many patients in the filtered group who qualified for early discharge compared with patients in the random group.
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