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Using 'Reverse Triage' to Create Hospital Surge Capacity: Royal Darwin Hospital's Response to the Ashmore Reef Disaster

Satterthwaite, P. S. and C. J. Atkinson. (2012). Using 'Reverse Triage' to Create Hospital Surge Capacity: Royal Darwin Hospital's Response to the Ashmore Reef Disaster. (Abstract only.) Emergency Medicine Journal. 29(2): 160-2.

The article details a real-life reverse triage situation where a full hospital freed up 56 beds (16% of capacity) to treat casualties suffering from blast injuries.
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