Streamlining pediatric emergency medicine at a tertiary-care hospital of a low- to middle-income country
Biological and Biomedical Sciences; Emergency Medicine; Paediatrics and Child Health
The factors of integral importance to run any pediatric emergency department efficiently are the ability to process a high volume of patients quickly and a sensitive triage system that identifies the sickest children. Achieving these aims in a low- to middle-income country setting is more complex as a result of scarce resources and data on which to base systems. In this article, we discuss existing models of streamlining pediatric emergency department services that are most applicable to resource-limited countries, and present suggestions for streamlining pediatric emergency care in such countries.
Publication (Name of Journal)
(2015). Streamlining pediatric emergency medicine at a tertiary-care hospital of a low- to middle-income country. Indian Pediatrics, 52(12), 1021-1024.
Available at: https://ecommons.aku.edu/pakistan_fhs_mc_emerg_med/100