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Emergencias ; 32(1): 70-71, 2020 Feb.
Artigo em Espanhol, Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31909921
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Emergencias ; 31(3): 195-201, 2019 Jun.
Artigo em Inglês, Espanhol | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31210453

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EN: International guidelines recommend adapting military health care protocols to emergencies involving multiple intentional-injury victims in civilian environments. Adaptations can reflect similarities in types of injuries or issues of provider safety and that arise in military and some civilian emergencies. Because more experience with such incidents has been gained in the United States, most of the literature on this topic discusses emergency medical systems that differ from the ones operating in the autonomous communities of Spain, where varying resources and procedures are mandated by local authorities charged with preparing for emergencies. However, common elements are present, offering a framework and principles to apply when drafting evidence-based plans for effective, efficient response to multiple-victim emergencies. We think that participants at each point in the chain of survival must have clear missions and understand the roles they play in the various zones that comprise the scene of an emergency. Therefore this consensus paper attempts to define the relevant principles and roles for participants at all levels, from occasional first responders up to staff at trauma referral centers.

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Emergencias (Sant Vicenç dels Horts) ; 31(3): 195-201, jun. 2019. graf, tab
Artigo em Espanhol | IBECS | ID: ibc-182731

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Son múltiples las recomendaciones internacionales que aconsejan adaptar modelos asistenciales del entorno militar a incidentes de múltiples víctimas intencionados (IMVI) ocurridos en el entorno civil, bien por el tipo de patrón lesional, bien por aspectos de seguridad y autoprotección. Debido a la experiencia en Norteamérica, donde este tipo de situaciones son más frecuentes, casi toda la bibliografía y referencias existentes no se corresponden con un modelo de sistemas de emergencias médicas como el que existe en las distintas comunidades autónomas españolas, con sus diferentes medios y procedimientos tal y como viene estipulado por sus competencias exclusivas en esta materia. No obstante, se han detectado una serie de elementos comunes que pueden servir de referencia para elaborar un plan de respuesta a los IMVI, basados en la evidencia y utilizando principios de actuación dirigidos a una acción eficaz y eficiente. Pensamos que cada actor de los eslabones de esta cadena asistencial debe tener clara su misión, su rol y su función en las diferentes zonas de la escena, y así se intentan definir en este documento de consenso, desde un primer interviniente ocasional hasta la asistencia definitiva en los centros de referencia para pacientes traumatizados


International guidelines recommend adapting military health care protocols to emergencies involving multiple intentional-injury victims in civilian environments. Adaptations can reflect similarities in types of injuries or issues of provider safety and that arise in military and some civilian emergencies. Because more experience with such incidents has been gained in the United States, most of the literature on this topic discusses emergency medical systems that differ from the ones operating in the autonomous communities of Spain, where varying resources and procedures are mandated by local authorities charged with preparing for emergencies. However, common elements are present, offering a framework and principles to apply when drafting evidence-based plans for effective, efficient response to multiple-victim emergencies. We think that participants at each point in the chain of survival must have clear missions and understand the roles they play in the various zones that comprise the scene of an emergency. Therefore this consensus paper attempts to define the relevant principles and roles for participants at all levels, from occasional first responders up to staff at trauma referral centers


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Humanos , Consenso , Sobrevivência , Incidentes com Feridos em Massa , Terrorismo , Vítimas de Crime/estatística & dados numéricos , Prevenção Primária , Estados Unidos , Canadá , Austrália , Europa (Continente)
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