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GI
2009
Springer
11 years 6 months ago
Mobile computing in mass casualty incidents (MCIs)
: This paper illustrates the future role of mobile computing for the response in emergencies and mass casualty incidents (MCIs). Furthermore it describes the different components a...
Simon Nestler, Gudrun Klinker
PERCOM
2008
ACM
11 years 8 months ago
Improving Emergency Response to Mass Casualty Incidents
Mass causality incidents generate a sequence of response events from the emergency services, requiring the allocation and use of resources in a timely fashion. In this paper we de...
Marcus Lucas da Silva, Vassilis Kostakos, Mitsuji ...
AIME
2007
Springer
11 years 7 months ago
R-CAST-MED: Applying Intelligent Agents to Support Emergency Medical Decision-Making Teams
Decision-making is a crucial aspect of emergency response during mass casualty incidents (MCIs). MCIs require rapid decisions to be taken by geographically-dispersed teams in an en...
Shizhuo Zhu, Joanna Abraham, Sharoda A. Paul, Madh...
ICNSC
2007
IEEE
11 years 8 months ago
Towards Robot-Assisted Mass-Casualty Triage
Abstract— This paper provides a discussion on how teleoperated robots could be utilized to do the simple triage of victims of a multiple casualty incident. Previous work in the a...
Carolina Chang, Robin R. Murphy
MOBISYS
2007
ACM
12 years 1 months ago
Participatory user centered design techniques for a large scale ad-hoc health information system
During mass casualty incidents, an enormous amount of data, including the vital signs of the patients, the location of the patients, and the location of the first responders must ...
Tia Gao, Tammara Massey, Majid Sarrafzadeh, Leo Se...
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