TRIAGE


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In July, Quidel agreed to acquire cardiovascular and toxicology assets of and B-type naturietic peptide assay business of California, US-based Triage MeterPro from Canada-based diagnostic product supplier Alere Inc.
Triage is an important skill for all healthcare professionals who provide both acute care and provide direct patient care or supervise care in all areas of community health services (6).
We recommend the creation of a triage committee at each facility to include staff from the emergency centre and the training department.
Conclusion: Triage practice which allows correct identification of patients who need the most urgent intervention in emergency departments is important in terms of both giving the right care to the right patients and quality of service provided by healthcare workers.
The turnkey software is tailored to insurance carriers, self-insured groups, third-party administrators, personal healthcare nurse triage call centers entering the workers' compensation market and managed care customers.
The Canadian Triage and Acuity Scale (CTAS) was developed in the mid-1990s by a group of physicians in New Brunswick based on the Australian National Triage.
Conclusion: Quick and reliable triage by experienced triage leader, and presence of multidisciplinary trauma response team reduces morbidity and mortality in blast victims.
Triage is a dynamic process including the initiation of the proper treatment straight away by determining the intensity of injuries threatening the lives of the injured and patients.
Within mental health, triage is a clinical process conducted by a mental health clinician to prioritise the appropriate service for the consumer.
In the first year of operation the street triage scheme attended 1,871 incidents to conduct assessments, saw its Section 136 detentions reduce from 686 to 333 and physical health assessments at hospital A&E departments reduce by 647.
Decades of data clearly show the impact triage has delivered to employers, injured workers and insurers, including the following:
studied two approaches to triage women with ASCUS or LSIL: 1) repeating the cytological test, and 2) DNA testing for high-risk types of the human papillomavirus (hrHPV) - the main causal factor of cervical cancer.