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sorting and allocating aid on the basis of need for or likely benefit from medical treatment or food

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sup][20] That being said, because patients triaged as Level 3 can progress rapidly into a Level 2 or 1 condition, they must be monitored closely.
The MROE direct that EPW are triaged and receive medical and nursing care equivalent to that provided to an American soldier.
Can cervical cytology specimens be triaged by testing for oncogenic strains of human papilloma virus?
2 million patients across the country annually triaged and their treatment automatically tracked and documented during their emergency department visits using ibex PulseCheck.
Once triaged, 'red' and 'orange' patients were seen by the MSF team (a national doctor, three nurses and an expatriate doctor) in the resuscitation room, while 'yellow' and 'green' patients were seen by the national casualty medical officers in a room adjacent to the ED.
3 million patients across the country will be triaged and managed during their emergency department visits using ibex PulseCheck(R).
This study aimed to validate the revised version of the paediatric SATS for children triaged in six different ECs and answer the question as to whether an age-appropriate TEWS in addition to clinical discriminators improves the sensitivity of identifying a sick child requiring admission versus using clinical discriminators or a TEWS independently.