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Erik Auf der Heide. Ann Emerg Med 2006
Times Cited: 135







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Emergency department impact of the Oklahoma City terrorist bombing.
D E Hogan, J F Waeckerle, D J Dire, S R Lillibridge. Ann Emerg Med 1999
113
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Surge capacity for healthcare systems: a conceptual framework.
Amy Kaji, Kristi L Koenig, Tareg Bey. Acad Emerg Med 2006
96
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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
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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
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February 2009 airplane crash at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport: an overview of injuries and patient distribution.
Ingri L E Postma, Jasper Winkelhagen, Frank W Bloemers, Martin J Heetveld, Taco S Bijlsma, J Carel Goslings. Prehosp Disaster Med 2011
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47

Understanding surge capacity: essential elements.
Donna F Barbisch, Kristi L Koenig. Acad Emerg Med 2006
77
9

Hospital trauma care in multiple-casualty incidents: a critical view.
A Hirshberg, J B Holcomb, K L Mattox. Ann Emerg Med 2001
126
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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
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Triage: principles and practice.
E R Frykberg. Scand J Surg 2005
42
16


Surge capacity: a proposed conceptual framework.
Carl J Bonnett, Ben N Peery, Stephen V Cantrill, Peter T Pons, Jason S Haukoos, Kevin E McVaney, Christopher B Colwell. Am J Emerg Med 2007
33
18


Augmentation of hospital critical care capacity after bioterrorist attacks or epidemics: recommendations of the Working Group on Emergency Mass Critical Care.
Lewis Rubinson, Jennifer B Nuzzo, Daniel S Talmor, Tara O'Toole, Bradley R Kramer, Thomas V Inglesby. Crit Care Med 2005
124
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Surge capacity concepts for health care facilities: the CO-S-TR model for initial incident assessment.
John L Hick, Kristi L Koenig, Donna Barbisch, Tareg A Bey. Disaster Med Public Health Prep 2008
37
16


The Tokyo subway sarin attack: disaster management, Part 2: Hospital response.
T Okumura, K Suzuki, A Fukuda, A Kohama, N Takasu, S Ishimatsu, S Hinohara. Acad Emerg Med 1998
150
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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
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Triage: techniques and applications in decision making.
K Kennedy, R V Aghababian, L Gans, C P Lewis. Ann Emerg Med 1996
94
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The ABC's of disaster response.
P A O'Neill. Scand J Surg 2005
33
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Distribution of casualties in a mass-casualty incident with three local hospitals in the periphery of a densely populated area: lessons learned from the medical management of a terrorist attack.
Yuval H Bloch, Dagan Schwartz, Moshe Pinkert, Amir Blumenfeld, Shkolnick Avinoam, Giora Hevion, Meir Oren, Avishay Goldberg, Yehezkel Levi, Yaron Bar-Dayan. Prehosp Disaster Med 2007
21
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Health care facility and community strategies for patient care surge capacity.
John L Hick, Dan Hanfling, Jonathan L Burstein, Craig DeAtley, Donna Barbisch, Gregory M Bogdan, Stephen Cantrill. Ann Emerg Med 2004
154
5

Health care workers' ability and willingness to report to duty during catastrophic disasters.
K Qureshi, R R M Gershon, M F Sherman, T Straub, E Gebbie, M McCollum, M J Erwin, S S Morse. J Urban Health 2005
251
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The measurement of daily surge and its relevance to disaster preparedness.
Melissa L McCarthy, Dominik Aronsky, Gabor D Kelen. Acad Emerg Med 2006
31
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Mass-casualty, terrorist bombings: implications for emergency department and hospital emergency response (Part II).
Pinchas Halpern, Ming-Che Tsai, Jeffrey L Arnold, Edita Stok, Gurkan Ersoy. Prehosp Disaster Med 2003
50
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The Tokyo subway sarin attack: disaster management, Part 1: Community emergency response.
T Okumura, K Suzuki, A Fukuda, A Kohama, N Takasu, S Ishimatsu, S Hinohara. Acad Emerg Med 1998
147
5

The myths of disaster education.
Jonathan L Burstein. Ann Emerg Med 2006
26
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Hospital emergency surge capacity: an empiric New York statewide study.
Robert K Kanter, John R Moran. Ann Emerg Med 2007
34
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Mass-casualty, terrorist bombings: epidemiological outcomes, resource utilization, and time course of emergency needs (Part I).
Jeffrey L Arnold, Ming-Che Tsai, Pinchas Halpern, Howard Smithline, Edita Stok, Gurkan Ersoy. Prehosp Disaster Med 2003
43
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Characteristics of medical surge capacity demand for sudden-impact disasters.
Samuel J Stratton, Robin D Tyler. Acad Emerg Med 2006
29
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Information technology and emergency medical care during disasters.
Theodore C Chan, Jim Killeen, William Griswold, Leslie Lenert. Acad Emerg Med 2004
79
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Level I center triage and mass casualties.
Brian A Hoey, C William Schwab. Clin Orthop Relat Res 2004
16
31

Disaster medicine: status, roles, responsibilities, and needs.
Marvin L Birnbaum. Prehosp Disaster Med 2002
5
100

Rapid assessment of exposure to chlorine released from a train derailment and resulting health impact.
Mary Anne Wenck, David Van Sickle, Daniel Drociuk, Amy Belflower, Claire Youngblood, M David Whisnant, Richard Taylor, Veleta Rudnick, James J Gibson. Public Health Rep 2007
47
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Refining surge capacity: conventional, contingency, and crisis capacity.
John L Hick, Joseph A Barbera, Gabor D Kelen. Disaster Med Public Health Prep 2009
129
5

Healthcare worker competencies for disaster training.
Edbert B Hsu, Tamara L Thomas, Eric B Bass, Dianne Whyne, Gabor D Kelen, Gary B Green. BMC Med Educ 2006
103
5

Disaster metrics: quantitative benchmarking of hospital surge capacity in trauma-related multiple casualty events.
Jamil D Bayram, Shawki Zuabi, Italo Subbarao. Disaster Med Public Health Prep 2011
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Establishing and training health care facility decontamination teams.
John L Hick, Paul Penn, Dan Hanfling, Mark A Lappe, Dan O'laughlin, Jonathan L Burstein. Ann Emerg Med 2003
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Concept of operations for triage of mechanical ventilation in an epidemic.
John L Hick, Daniel T O'Laughlin. Acad Emerg Med 2006
118
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Summary of suggestions from the Task Force for Mass Critical Care summit, January 26-27, 2007.
Asha Devereaux, Michael D Christian, Jeffrey R Dichter, James A Geiling, Lewis Rubinson. Chest 2008
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Definitive care for the critically ill during a disaster: a framework for allocation of scarce resources in mass critical care: from a Task Force for Mass Critical Care summit meeting, January 26-27, 2007, Chicago, IL.
Asha V Devereaux, Jeffrey R Dichter, Michael D Christian, Nancy N Dubler, Christian E Sandrock, John L Hick, Tia Powell, James A Geiling, Dennis E Amundson, Tom E Baudendistel,[...]. Chest 2008
128
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The experience at St. Vincent's Hospital, Manhattan, on September 11, 2001: preparedness, response, and lessons learned.
Linda Kirschenbaum, Adam Keene, Patricia O'Neill, Richard Westfal, Mark E Astiz. Crit Care Med 2005
45
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Dentists' preparedness for responding to bioterrorism: A survey of Hawaii dentists.
Alan R Katz, Dawn M Nekorchuk, Peter S Holck, Lisa A Hendrickson, Allison A Imrie, Paul V Effler. J Am Dent Assoc 2006
24
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Hospital bed surge capacity in the event of a mass-casualty incident.
Daniel P Davis, Jennifer C Poste, Toni Hicks, Deanna Polk, Thérèse E Rymer, Irving Jacoby. Prehosp Disaster Med 2005
49
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The science of surge.
Gabor D Kelen, Melissa L McCarthy. Acad Emerg Med 2006
46
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