mass casualty


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mass casualty

Any large number of casualties produced in a relatively short period of time, usually as the result of a single incident such as a military aircraft accident, hurricane, flood, earthquake, or armed attack that exceeds local logistic support capabilities. See also casualty.
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Material and Methods: This study is a review of the patients brought to CMH QTA, in different types of mass casualty events from 2012 to 2015.
The NIA had registered a case 04/ 09 against Rana, Lashkar- e- Taiba and Harkat ul Jihadi Islami ( HuJI) for organising mass casualty terror attacks in India.
Only half of the respondents felt their facility would have enough surgeons on hand during a mass casualty event.
The 71st Chemical Company forward-deployed to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, and conducted a joint mass casualty decontamination (MCD) exercise with the 581st Area Support Medical Company, 61st Multifunctional Medical Battalion, 1st Medical Brigade, 13th Sustainment Command, Fort Hood, Texas.
9m to support Avita's ongoing US clinical regulatory programme towards FDA Premarket Approval (PMA) and to procure more than 5,000 ReCell devices to establish an inventory so that ReCell can be deployed to help deal with a mass casualty scenario involving burn injuries.
9m to support Avita s ongoing US clinical regulatory programme towards FDA Premarket Approval (PMA) and to procure more than 5,000 ReCell devices to establish an inventory so that ReCell can be deployed to help deal with a mass casualty scenario involving burn injuries.
There's no mass casualty incident here at this point," he said.
To most effectively address the government's needs in mass casualty situations, Osiris' research-based proposal to BARDA will focus on additional clinical development and large scale manufacturing.
In its June 2008 report, which is summarized in this statement, GAO found that following a mass casualty event that could involve thousands, or even tens of thousands, of injured or ill victims, health care systems would need the ability to "surge," that is, to adequately care for a large number of patients or patients with unusual medical needs.
There is a lot of training to be done, not only with the hospitals but with all other services and agencies that may be involved in a mass casualty incident," remarked Tammy Pass, HCL Manager.
E-Vent Case[TM]- for rapid emergency ventilation deployment in any Mass Casualty Incident.
The Army, Air Force and Navy used a mass casualty exercise as the final training scenario for the joint CLS course.