Examples of triage in a Sentence
Nurses do triage in the emergency room.
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Attendees will begin at a triage area, where volunteers will take down pertinent information and make recommendations about available health screenings and services.
On the school’s open-air courtyard, doctors test blood pressure and glucose levels at a makeshift triage center set up on a plastic table.
But now, with many doctor’s offices and smaller facilities closed, people with chronic health needs often have to go without care or seek it in emergency rooms, which can mean sitting in triage for hours.
In Paris patients were tagged with barcodes denoting their triage status.
As a result of this and other cases, a physician is now part of the triage team during the busy afternoon and evening shifts, said Roger Humphries, UK HealthCare's director of emergency medicine.
The emergency team, which is divided into four branches—public safety, human services, infrastructure and municipal—will meet every four to six hours to share information, assess damage, and triage the county’s efforts.
Aspire Health Partners is one of the triage facilities where police officers take people who are suffering from mental illness or substance abuse.
Hospital staffers gave each patient red or green triage tags identifying the degree of their injuries.
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