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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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The Quidel Triage TOX Drug Screen, 94600 uses distinct immunoassays for the simultaneous detection of drug and/or the urinary metabolites of up to nine different drug classes.
The six officers who make up the street triage team have all become specialists in their field and formed good working relationships with the nurses they area crewed with.
'Triage areas are a good initiative but there is little chances of success in our society because patients do not want to wait when they go to a hospital,' he said, adding that people should be educated about the operations of and facilities in hospitals.
"We believe the findings from our study indicate that we need new initiatives in order to evaluate triage and optimize initial patient stratification," the authors write.
There are three stages of triage in the modern healthcare systems (11, 12):
Nurse practitioners involved in the triage of patients averaged 5 to 10 years of experience in caring for the outpatient neurosurgical patient, and no other specific training was necessary.
A retrospective, descriptive study was conducted on data collected as part of the 6-monthly Western Cape EC triage audits conducted at healthcare facilities with 24-hour ECs in the province for the years 2013 and 2014.
Additionally, the VLK-3R1 RFID Triage Tag reorganized the record filed into an optimized SOAP Note of data structure.
The healthdirect helpline is a telephone triage service that caters for six of eight Australian states and territories.
The Canadian Triage and Acuity Scale (CTAS) [7] is a 5-level triage system (level I = resuscitation (blue, to be seen immediately), level II = emergent (red, to be seen <15 min), level III = urgent (yellow, to be seen <30 min), level IV = less urgent (green, to be seen <60 min), and level V = nonurgent (white, to be seen <120 min)).
Triage is a tool developed to identify the severely ill patients in a setting challenged with overcrowding and scarce resources [1-3].
Las soluciones de caudal o de flujo se tienen dentro del servicio y corresponden a estrategias de gestion de procesos que se concentran en el tiempo de estancia y buscan mejorar la eficiencia del servicio, intervienen el triage, la asignacion de habitaciones, la realizacion de examenes y el diagnostico.
(NASDAQ: QDEL) has received notice from the Federal Trade Commission granting early termination of the waiting period under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976, as amended, with respect to Quidel's pending acquisition of Alere Inc.'s Triage B-type natriuretic peptide assay business run on Beckman Coulter analyzers, the company said on Thursday.
Startek (NYSE: SRT), a provider of business process outsourcing services, has partnered with URAC accredited TriageLogic[R] to expand its medical triage solutions and provider medical support services, the company said.
George -- AfterHours Triage, a nationwide provider of telephone triage for hospice and home health organizations, announced its official name change from AfterHours Triage to TOTAL TRIAGE.