Author(s): Iserson KV, Moskop JC
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Abstract This 2-article series offers a conceptual, historical, and moral analysis of the practice of triage. Part I distinguishes triage from related concepts, reviews the evolution of triage principles and practices, and describes the settings in which triage is commonly practiced. Part II identifies and examines the moral values and principles underlying the practice of triage.
This article was published in Ann Emerg Med
and referenced in Journal of Bioterrorism & Biodefense