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Surge Capacity and Mass Casualty Incidents Preparedness of Emergency Departments in a Metropolitan City: a Regional Survey Study

Park S, Jeong J, Song KJ, Yoon YH, Oh J, Lee EJ, Hong KJ, Lee JH

Background: Emergency departments (EDs) generally receive many casualties in disaster or mass casualty incidents (MCI). Some studies have conceptually suggested the surge capacity that ED should have; however, only few...
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The Mount Sinai Hospital Institute for critical care medicine response to the COVID-19 pandemic

Wang J, Leibner E, Hyman JB, Ahmed S, Hamburger J, Hsieh J, Dangayach N, Tandon P, Gidwani U, Leibowitz A, Kohli-Seth R, On behalf of Mount Sinai Anesthesiology and Critical Care COVID19 Writing Grou

Background: The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic resulted in a surge of critically ill patients. This was especially true in New York City. We present a roadmap for hospitals and...
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Rapid deployment of an emergency department-intensive care unit for the COVID-19 pandemic

Hickey S, Mathews KS, Siller J, Sueker J, Thakore M, Ravikumar D, Olmedo RE, McGreevy J, Kohli-Seth R, Carr B, Leibner ES

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic mandated rapid, flexible solutions to meet the anticipated surge in both patient acuity and volume. This paper describes one institution’s emergency department (ED) innovation...
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Operation and Management of Seoul Metropolitan City Community Treatment Center for Mild Condition COVID-19 Patients

Lee SY, Song KJ, Lim CS, Kim BG, Chai YJ, Lee JK, Kim SH, Lim HJ

Background: In response to the disaster of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG) established a patient facility for mild condition patients other than hospital. This study was...
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Estimating the medical capacity required to administer mass prophylaxis: a hypothetical outbreak of smallpox virus infection in Korea

Tak S, Lim S, Kim H

OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to estimate the medical surge capacity required for mass prophylaxis based on a hypothetical outbreak of smallpox. METHODS: We performed a simulation using the...
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