Access and Emergency Medical Care for Massive or Multiple Injuries | General Medicine: Open Access
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The following is an excerpt from a recent paper published in the Journal of General Medicine: Open Access (NLM ID: 101622690; ICV: 62.65)-
Article Title: Access and Emergency Medical Care for Massive or Multiple Injuries
Authors: Basri Lenjani, Nehat Baftiu, Blerim Krasniqi, Mentor Karemani, Shpresa Makolli, Dardan Lenjani, Verica Mišanović, Kenan Ljuhar, Erolind Dermaku, Erza Voca Mulaj, Sadije Ismaili, Agron Dogjani*
Abstract: Access and emergency medical care for massive or multiple injuries is a comprehensive interdisciplinary challenge. Taking care of the growing causes of emergency care levels as well as cross-sectoral collaboration in the management of multiple incidents, reducing disease, disability, and mortality in the population with multiple disorders. A disaster or extraordinary situation with mass casualties is a state in which the health care system is overloaded and the ability to provide emergency health care is considerably hindered. This review aims to present the current state of knowledge on what we, the authors, say are the central aspects of trauma management of mass casualty incidents. Emergency planning and methodology are related to accidental states, elementary medical staff disasters, medical equipment, drilling material, concretizing assessment tools, monitoring, and mass incident prevention. In terms of implementing a good action plan, effective collaboration between state agencies such as fire departments and law enforcement is necessary for identifying and directing critically ill patients to designated trauma centers. The integration of emergency systems for incident management, through providing resources like medical equipment, drugs, auto ambulances, ongoing education, and training. This has the impact of increasing knowledge of medical emergency procedures that would help reduce the risk of consequences of mass incidents. When applied to MCI responses, damage-control principles reduce resource utilization and optimize surge capacity, consequently reducing the rate of mortality.
Conclusion: In most countries in the world and our Kosovo many organizations, have a high cost of spending and maintaining organizational structures and human resources and permanent employment of medical personnel in access, management, and treatment for multiple incidents, but the complex challenge of many emergency medical systems in the world is ours challenge in itself. To sum up, this paper has contributed to our understanding of the differences between local-level incident management and how this differs in content and context for personnel operating at a strategic level of emergency management. There are many challenges ahead and understanding these has never been more important or timely (PPI). Knowing every agency has its responsibility and obligation to assist, act, and help. The impact should be that the expected number of lives saved is proportional to the speed and efficiency of the organization of emergency medical care. Related to the law of the integrated emergency system and emergency medical care law, I gave accuracy on how mass casualty incidents can be managed and also adjust the local level, regional and central for their obligation and responsibilities by being called to existing laws.
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