Triage

The sorting out and prioritising of patients or casualties.

Triage

Triage (ʒ or /triːˈɑːʒ/) is the process of determining the priority of patients` treatments based on the severity of their condition. This rations patient treatment efficiently when resources are insufficient for all to be treated immediately. The term comes from the French verb trier, meaning to separate, sift or select. Triage may result ....
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triage

(French) One of the steps of the methode champenoise process whereby some fermentable sugar and yeast is added to the base wine in bottle to induce the secondary fermentation.
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triage

(tre-ahzh´) (tre´ahzh) the classification of casualties of war or other disaster, to determine priority of need and proper place of treatment.
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triage

[n] - sorting and allocating aid on the basis of need for or likely benefit from medical treatment or food
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triage

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

A process used in hospitals' emergency departments for assessing the relative needs of patients when deciding which should be given priority for treatment. The term is sometimes used in the distribution of limited resources for charitable aid and in the allocation of homes for homeless people.
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Triage

a system used to classify sick or injured people according to the severity of their conditions
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Triage

classification of ill or injured persons by severity of conditions, most commonly occurs in emergency room.
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Triage

Process of prioritising the evacuation of the injured by the medical or ambulance staff at the casualty receiving station
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triage

See below Tri,
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triage

selection for patients most likely to survive
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triage

sorting and allocating aid on the basis of need
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triage

The sorting out and classification of patients or casualties to determine priority of need and proper place of treatment. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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triage

the system of prioritizing patients in an emergency situation in which there are a great number of injured or ill
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triage

triage (tree AHZH) The screening and classification of wounded, sick, or injured patients during war or another disaster to determine priority needs and thereby ensure the most efficient use of medical and surgical manpower, equipment, and facilities. This word is here only because it should be known that it has no etymological connectio...
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Triage

Triage is the act of categorizing patients according to acuity and by determining that need services first. Most commonly occurs in emergency rooms, but, can occur in any healthcare setting. Classification of ill or injured persons by severity of condition. Designed to maximize and create the most efficient use of scarce resources of medical person...
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triage

Triage is the process of separating out sick or injured people based on their need for medical treatment. In emergencies, staff need to decide which patients get treated first.
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Triage

Triage: The process of sorting people based on their need for immediate medical treatment as compared to their chance of benefiting from such care. Triage is done in emergency rooms, disasters and wars when limited medical resources must be allocated to maximize the number of survivors. The US Department of Defense defines 'triage' as follows: 'The...
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triage

Type: Term Pronunciation: trē′ahzh Definitions: 1. Medical screening of patients to determine their relative priority for treatment order. 2. The separation of a large number of casualties, in military or civilian disaster medical care, into three groups: those who cannot be expected to survive even with treatment; those who will recover...
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