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1. JumpSTART Triage

JumpSTART Triage JumpSTART Triage Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 JumpSTART Triage JumpSTART Triage Aka: JumpSTART (...) Triage , JumpSTART Pediatric Multiple Casualty Incident Triage II. Indications (MCI) triage method targeted for use in children III. Background JumpSTART Triage system is the most commonly used pediatric (MCI) triage system in the United States Adult patients are best triaged with the or protocols IV. Categories: Triage Minor (Green) "Walking wounded" with minor injuries Status not expected to deteriorate over days Delayed (Yellow) Urgent transport and care (may be delayed up to 1 hour) May include

2018 FP Notebook

2. Randomized Trial Comparing Two Mass Casualty Triage Systems (JumpSTART versus SALT) in a Pediatric Simulated Mass Casualty Event. (PubMed)

Randomized Trial Comparing Two Mass Casualty Triage Systems (JumpSTART versus SALT) in a Pediatric Simulated Mass Casualty Event. Several field triage systems have been developed to rapidly sort patients following a mass casualty incident (MCI). JumpSTART (Simple Triage and Rapid Transport) is a pediatric-specific MCI triage system. SALT (Sort, Assess, Lifesaving interventions, Treat/Transport) has been proposed as a new national standard for MCI triage for both adult and pediatric patients (...) , but it has not been tested in a pediatric population. This pilot study hypothesizes that SALT is at least as good as JumpSTART in triage accuracy, speed, and ease of use in a simulated pediatric MCI.Paramedics were invited and randomly assigned to either SALT or JumpSTART study groups. Following randomization, subjects viewed a 15-minute PowerPoint lecture on either JumpSTART or SALT. Subjects were provided with a triage algorithm card for reference and were asked to assign triage categories to 10

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2014 Prehospital emergency care

3. Comparing the Accuracy of Mass Casualty Triage Systems in a Pediatric Population

Comparing the Accuracy of Mass Casualty Triage Systems in a Pediatric Population It was previously difficult to compare the accuracy of different mass casualty triage systems to one another. This pilot study is one of the first attempts to operationalize an expert panel's criterion standard definitions of triage categories in a pediatric population in order to compare accuracy between different systems.To compare the accuracy of 4 different mass casualty triage systems (SALT, JumpSTART, Triage (...) then reviewed for each patient and assigned a criterion standard triage category based on the treatments received and final disposition. Descriptive statistics were used to compare accuracy, over-, and under-triage rates for each of the triage systems.A total of 115 subjects were enrolled. Of those, 51% were male and 57% were transported by ambulance. When compared to the criterion standard definitions, SALT was found to have the highest accuracy rate (59%; 95% CI 50-68) compared to JumpSTART (57%; 95% CI

2018 EvidenceUpdates

4. JumpSTART Triage

JumpSTART Triage JumpSTART Triage Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 JumpSTART Triage JumpSTART Triage Aka: JumpSTART (...) Triage , JumpSTART Pediatric Multiple Casualty Incident Triage II. Indications (MCI) triage method targeted for use in children III. Background JumpSTART Triage system is the most commonly used pediatric (MCI) triage system in the United States Adult patients are best triaged with the or protocols IV. Categories: Triage Minor (Green) "Walking wounded" with minor injuries Status not expected to deteriorate over days Delayed (Yellow) Urgent transport and care (may be delayed up to 1 hour) May include

2015 FP Notebook

5. Comparing the Accuracy of Mass Casualty Triage Systems in a Pediatric Population. (PubMed)

Comparing the Accuracy of Mass Casualty Triage Systems in a Pediatric Population. It was previously difficult to compare the accuracy of different mass casualty triage systems to one another. This pilot study is one of the first attempts to operationalize an expert panel's criterion standard definitions of triage categories in a pediatric population in order to compare accuracy between different systems.To compare the accuracy of 4 different mass casualty triage systems (SALT, JumpSTART, Triage (...) then reviewed for each patient and assigned a criterion standard triage category based on the treatments received and final disposition. Descriptive statistics were used to compare accuracy, over-, and under-triage rates for each of the triage systems.A total of 115 subjects were enrolled. Of those, 51% were male and 57% were transported by ambulance. When compared to the criterion standard definitions, SALT was found to have the highest accuracy rate (59%; 95% CI 50-68) compared to JumpSTART (57%; 95% CI

2018 Prehospital emergency care

6. Pediatric Disaster Triage System Utilization Across the United States. (PubMed)

Pediatric Disaster Triage System Utilization Across the United States. The study goal was to determine which pediatric disaster triage (PDT) systems are used in US states/territories and whether there is standardization to their use. Secondary goals were to understand user satisfaction with each system, user preferences, and the nature and magnitude of incidents for which the systems are activated.A survey was developed regarding PDT systems used in each state/territory, satisfaction with those (...) used, preference for specific systems, and type and magnitude of incidents prompting system activation. The survey was distributed to emergency medical services for children leads in each state/territory.Eighty-six percent of states/territories responded. Eighty-eight percent of respondents used some formal PDT system, 50% of whom reported utilization of multiple systems. JumpSTART was most commonly used, most often in conjunction with other systems. Of formal systems, JumpSTART has been in use

2016 Pediatric Emergency Care

7. Performance characteristics of five triage tools for major incidents involving traumatic injuries to children. (PubMed)

traumatic injuries.Retrospective observational cohort study using data from 31,292 patients aged less than 16 years who sustained a traumatic injury. Data were obtained from the UK Trauma Audit and Research Network (TARN) database. Interventions Statistical evaluation of five triage tools (JumpSTART, START, CareFlight, Paediatric Triage Tape/Sieve and Triage Sort) to predict death or severe traumatic injury (injury severity score >15). Main outcome measures Performance characteristics of triage tools (...) of the child. CareFlight had the best overall performance at predicting death, with the following sensitivity and specificity (95% CI) respectively: 95.3% (93.8-96.8) and 80.4% (80.0-80.9). JumpSTART was superior for the triaging of children under 8 years; sensitivity and specificity (95% CI) respectively: 86.3% (83.1-89.5) and 84.8% (84.2-85.5). The triage tools were generally better at identifying patients who would die than those with non-fatal severe injury.This statistical evaluation has demonstrated

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2015 Injury

8. Triage

their condition worsens. These people are able to walk, and may only need and . JumpSTART Triage [ ] Main article: The JumpSTART pediatric triage MCI triage tool is a variation of the S.T.A.R.T. model. Both systems are used to sort patients into categories at (MCIs). However, JumpSTART was designed specifically for triaging children in disaster settings. Though JumpSTART was developed for use in children from infancy to age 8, where age is not immediately obvious, it is used in any patient who appears (...) Triage Triage - Wikipedia Triage From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the concept of triage as it occurs in medical emergencies and disasters. For other uses, see . Triage station at the Pentagon after the impact of during the . Triage ( ) is the process of determining the priority of patients' treatments based on the severity of their condition. This patient treatment efficiently when resources are insufficient for all to be treated immediately. The term comes from

2012 Wikipedia

9. Needs assessment: are Disaster Medical Assistance Teams up for the challenge of a pediatric disaster? (PubMed)

of disaster victims (up to 85% in one disaster), and deficiencies were noted in the curriculum/training/resources. The percentage of time pediatric topics were missing from the curriculum was as follows: airway, 16%; trauma, 33%; disaster triage, 36%; burns, 42%; pain management, 42%; mental health, 45%; patient scenarios, 45%. The percentage of time pediatric equipment was missing was as follows: airway, 16%; intravenous lines, 37%; cervical collars, 38%; medicines, 38%; Broselow tape, 46%; backboards (...) , 62%. Pediatric patients were included in disaster drills 63% of the time. Only 33% had pediatric protocols other than JumpSTART. A need to improve the pediatric components of Disaster Medical Assistance Teams was identified.

2007 American Journal of Emergency Medicine

10. Comparison of paediatric major incident primary triage tools. (PubMed)

Comparison of paediatric major incident primary triage tools. To determine the sensitivity and specificity of paediatric major incident triage scores. The Paediatric Triage Tape (PTT), Careflight, Simple Triage and Rapid Treatment (START), and JumpSTART systems were tested.In total, 3461 children presenting to a South African emergency department with trauma were scored using the four different methods. The sensitivity and specificity of the four scores was calculated against the Injury (...) , which meant that they failed to identify patients with serious injury, and would have missed the majority of seriously injured casualties in the models of major incidents.The Careflight or PTT methods of triage should be used in paediatric major incidents in preference to the jumpSTART or START methods.

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2006 Emergency Medicine Journal

11. Effect of JumpSTART training on immediate and short-term pediatric triage performance. (PubMed)

Effect of JumpSTART training on immediate and short-term pediatric triage performance. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of JumpSTART training in changing prehospital care personnel and/or school nursing personnel performance in triaging pediatric patients involved in a multiple casualty incident immediately posttraining and at a 3- to 4-month follow-up interval.This research involved a traditional pretest, training, posttest, and follow-up test format. However, since (...) the variable of interest was performance rather than cognition, the measures were the individual student's ability to triage 10 children with simulated injuries into 1 of 4 possible categories within a 5-minute time window. A convenience sample of participants was selected from 3 divergent geographic locations. Standardized training and performance evaluation measures were employed.Significant performance improvements in pediatric triage were noted immediately following a 1-hour lecture, discussion

2004 Pediatric Emergency Care

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