Appropriate categorisation of mild pain at triage: a diagnostic study
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Appropriate categorisation of mild pain at triage: a diagnostic study

Emily Dann Senior house officer, Manchester Royal Infirmary
Rupert Jackson Specialist registrar, Manchester Royal Infirmary
Kevin Mackway-Jones Professor of emergency medicine, Manchester Royal Infirmary

EMILY DANN and KEVIN MACKWAY-JONES propose a new way to triage non-urgent patients with mild, chronic pain

The Manchester Triage System (MTS) offers emergency department practitioners a structure for decision making at triage and for providing urgent care to patients with acute need.

Emergency Nurse. 13, 1, 28-32. doi: 10.7748/en2005.

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