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

Satterthwaite, P. S. and Atkinson, C. J. (2012). Using 'Reverse Triage' to Create Hospital Surge Capacity: Royal Darwin Hospital's Response to the Ashmore Reef Disaster. 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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