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How should you manage a multiple casualty incident?|
Whom should you attend first in a multiple casualty incident?
A person lying on the ground, unable to reply, unable to get up.
A person trapped in an enclosed space.
In case of drowning, a person submerged in water.
Who needs cardiopulmonary resuscitation in a multiple casualty incident?
Who needs endotracheal intubation in a multiple casualty incident?
Is there a few minutes history of injury?
Is there no pulse, breath movement, or heart sounds?
Are there no signs of rigor mortis?
Are extremities of victim warm like a living human being?
If yes, start cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Do you have appropriate size endotracheal intubation tubes?
Do you have properly educated medical doctors who can correctly diagnose, treat on the site, on the way, in emergency room, and in the hospital with associated nurses and paramedical workers?
How do you audit a reported multiple casualty incident?
Who first reported the multiple casualty incident at a specific time, date, and location?
What did he or she hear and see while reporting the multiple casualty incident?
Was he or she on the spot while reporting the multiple casualty incident?
Who verified the multiple Casualty Incident at a specific time, date, and location?
Who has the duty to report and verify a multiple casualty incident at a specific time, date, and location?
Was the multiple casualty incident on land or sea?
Multiple casualty incident at sea.
Multiple casualty incident on land.
How many people on the ground were injured at the specific mentioned time, date, and location due to a multiple casualty incident?
Did the multiple casualty incident involve any building or vehicle?
What is the profile of the building or vehicle?
Was anyone trapped in the building or vehicle?
How many people were trapped in the building or vehicle?
How many medical doctors attended the incident within 5, 10, and 15 minutes of incident?
Who verified these findings?
How many victims were subject to on-the-spot cardiopulmonary resuscitation?
How many victims were intubated on the spot?
How many victims were declared dead on the spot?
How many victims were transferred to hospitals?
What is the profile of the people declared dead in the multiple casualty incident?
What was the reason for his or her presence at this location, time, and date in the multiple casualty incident?
Did anyone try to misinterpret the facts?
If so, what facts were misinterpreted?
Who should be held responsible for misinterpreting the facts?