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Response to Armstrong et al
Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness
greater tolerance of triage errors as they are caught and corrected at successive levels of care. Is this kind of modeling study helpful? Yes. Despite some obvious limitations, the article generates a fruitful discussion surrounding a core question in disaster medicine: how does overtriage influence critical mortality? It also emphasizes more broadly the critical role that triage plays in determining outcome, and therefore, the importance of intensive training in triage among medical providersdoi:10.1097/dmp.0b013e3181654336 fatcat:eaul2vgyxrhifeeibbfngj5cme