• Michael Kay on Mass Casualty Incidents

    by  • September 28, 2008 • The Global Picture • 0 Comments

    Unlike a surge of isolated medical emergencies that occur within a particular jurisdictional area, a MCI is marked by the characteristic that the causal agent is the same and that the injured are normally initially located within one (relatively small) contained area.

    Michael is one of the Masters of Disaster, and the rest of the article is very interesting, and the rest of the series looks like it’ll be worth following also. Start your RSS readers.

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    Vinay Gupta is a consultant on disaster relief and risk management.


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