EPISODE 109

You can’t save them all:
Dealing with mass casualty incidents

Mar 15, 2022 | Podcast | 0 comments

Rescue Task Force Members conducting training

The medical treatment for trauma patients doesn’t change just because there are a lot of them. Managing large scenes is fundamentally a logistics problem and requires leadership, teamwork, and communication. We discuss ways you can learn to deal with triage, incident command, and scene management that doesn’t involve fancy medicine or bigger kits.

SALT Mass Casualty Triage
Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital by Sherry Fink

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