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The term "triage" is derived from the French term "trier" for "selection" and most likely originated during the Napoleonic Wars from the work of Dominique Jean Larrey. The term was used further during World War I by French doctors treating the battlefield wounded at the aid stations behind the front. Those responsible for the removal of the wounded from a battlefield or their care afterwards would divide the victims into three categories with the 1st being those who are likely to live, regardles...


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