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Reliability and validity of the Manchester Triage System in a general emergency department patient population in the Netherlands: results of a simulation study
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    Validity of triage systems: use a correct outcome measure

    Dear editor,

    With interest we read the paper by van der Wulp et al.(1) It is important that the system is evaluated since it is consensus based and applied very commonly in emergency care.

    The study evaluated the reliability and validity of the Manchester Triage System (MTS). Validity was assessed by comparing the triage results (vignettes) of 55 nurses with the triage results of two MTS experts who ap...

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