A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

William J Sacco, D Michael Navin, Katherine E Fiedler, Robert K Waddell, William B Long, Robert F Buckman. Acad Emerg Med 2005
Times Cited: 57







List of co-cited articles
183 articles co-cited >1



Times Cited
  Times     Co-cited
Similarity


Comparative analysis of multiple-casualty incident triage algorithms.
A Garner, A Lee, K Harrison, C H Schultz. Ann Emerg Med 2001
177
54


Mass-casualty triage: time for an evidence-based approach.
Jennifer Lee Jenkins, Melissa L McCarthy, Lauren M Sauer, Gary B Green, Stephanie Stuart, Tamara L Thomas, Edbert B Hsu. Prehosp Disaster Med 2008
102
33

Mass casualty triage: an evaluation of the data and development of a proposed national guideline.
E Brooke Lerner, Richard B Schwartz, Phillip L Coule, Eric S Weinstein, David C Cone, Richard C Hunt, Scott M Sasser, J Marc Liu, Nikiah G Nudell, Ian S Wedmore,[...]. Disaster Med Public Health Prep 2008
91
29

Does START triage work? An outcomes assessment after a disaster.
Christopher A Kahn, Carl H Schultz, Ken T Miller, Craig L Anderson. Ann Emerg Med 2009
100
29

Mass-casualty triage systems: a hint of science.
David C Cone, Donald S MacMillan. Acad Emerg Med 2005
34
44

A new resource-constrained triage method applied to victims of penetrating injury.
William J Sacco, D Michael Navin, Robert K Waddell, Katherine E Fiedler, William B Long, Robert F Buckman. J Trauma 2007
25
56



Reduction in critical mortality in urban mass casualty incidents: analysis of triage, surge, and resource use after the London bombings on July 7, 2005.
Christopher J Aylwin, Thomas C König, Nora W Brennan, Peter J Shirley, Gareth Davies, Michael S Walsh, Karim Brohi. Lancet 2006
212
17





Is overtriage associated with increased mortality? Insights from a simulation model of mass casualty trauma care.
Nathaniel Hupert, Eric Hollingsworth, Wei Xiong. Disaster Med Public Health Prep 2007
33
24

Pilot test of a proposed chemical/biological/radiation/ nuclear-capable mass casualty triage system.
David C Cone, Donald S MacMillan, Vivek Parwani, Carin Van Gelder. Prehosp Emerg Care 2008
15
53


A two-hour intervention using START improves prehospital triage of mass casualty incidents.
B L Risavi, P N Salen, M B Heller, S Arcona. Prehosp Emerg Care 2001
46
15

Complications of unsafe abortion in sub-Saharan Africa: a review.
J Benson, L A Nicholson, L Gaffikin, S N Kinoti. Health Policy Plan 1996
64
12

Validation of the Paediatric Triage Tape.
L A Wallis, S Carley. Emerg Med J 2006
22
31

11 March 2004: The terrorist bomb explosions in Madrid, Spain--an analysis of the logistics, injuries sustained and clinical management of casualties treated at the closest hospital.
J Peral Gutierrez de Ceballos, F Turégano-Fuentes, D Perez-Diaz, M Sanz-Sanchez, C Martin-Llorente, J E Guerrero-Sanz. Crit Care 2005
141
12

Use of SALT triage in a simulated mass-casualty incident.
E Brooke Lerner, Richard B Schwartz, Phillip L Coule, Ronald G Pirrallo. Prehosp Emerg Care 2010
46
15

Mass casualty triage knowledge of military medical personnel.
J T Janousek, D E Jackson, R A De Lorenzo, M Coppola. Mil Med 1999
16
37


Information technology and emergency medical care during disasters.
Theodore C Chan, Jim Killeen, William Griswold, Leslie Lenert. Acad Emerg Med 2004
79
8

Triage: techniques and applications in decision making.
K Kennedy, R V Aghababian, L Gans, C P Lewis. Ann Emerg Med 1996
94
8

Level I center triage and mass casualties.
Brian A Hoey, C William Schwab. Clin Orthop Relat Res 2004
16
31

The importance of evidence-based disaster planning.
Erik Auf der Heide. Ann Emerg Med 2006
135
8



Triage and trauma workload in mass casualty: a computer model.
Asher Hirshberg, Eric R Frykberg, Kenneth L Mattox, Michael Stein. J Trauma 2010
23
21

Pilot test of the SALT mass casualty triage system.
David C Cone, John Serra, Kevin Burns, Donald S MacMillan, Lisa Kurland, Carin Van Gelder. Prehosp Emerg Care 2009
29
17

Mass casualty triage: an evaluation of the science and refinement of a national guideline.
E Brooke Lerner, David C Cone, Eric S Weinstein, Richard B Schwartz, Phillip L Coule, Michael Cronin, Ian S Wedmore, Eileen M Bulger, Deborah Ann Mulligan, Raymond E Swienton,[...]. Disaster Med Public Health Prep 2011
39
12

Application of a new resource-constrained triage method to military-age victims.
D Michael Navin, William J Sacco, Gill McGill. Mil Med 2009
8
62

The development and features of the Spanish prehospital advanced triage method (META) for mass casualty incidents.
Pedro Arcos González, Rafael Castro Delgado, Tatiana Cuartas Alvarez, Gracia Garijo Gonzalo, Carlos Martinez Monzon, Nieves Pelaez Corres, Alberto Rodriguez Soler, Fernando Turegano Fuentes. Scand J Trauma Resusc Emerg Med 2016
9
55


Effect of JumpSTART training on immediate and short-term pediatric triage performance.
Teri L Sanddal, Tommy Loyacono, Nels D Sanddal. Pediatr Emerg Care 2004
20
20

Ethics and triage.
B Domres, M Koch, A Manger, H D Becker. Prehosp Disaster Med 2001
34
11


Disaster planning and response.
J F Waeckerle. N Engl J Med 1991
134
7

Hospital trauma care in multiple-casualty incidents: a critical view.
A Hirshberg, J B Holcomb, K L Mattox. Ann Emerg Med 2001
126
7






How does casualty load affect trauma care in urban bombing incidents? A quantitative analysis.
Asher Hirshberg, Bradford G Scott, Thomas Granchi, Matthew J Wall, Kenneth L Mattox, Michael Stein. J Trauma 2005
69
7

The Bali bombing: civilian aeromedical evacuation.
Minh D Tran, Alan A Garner, Ion Morrison, Peter H Sharley, William M Griggs, Colin Xavier. Med J Aust 2003
27
14

Field triage of trauma patients based upon the ability to follow commands: a study in 29,573 injured patients.
W Meredith, R Rutledge, A R Hansen, D W Oller, M Thomason, P Cunningham, C C Baker. J Trauma 1995
79
7

Studies evaluating current field triage: 1966-2005.
E Brooke Lerner. Prehosp Emerg Care 2006
52
7


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.