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With this letter, we respond to the comments by Martin-Sanchez et al1 on our recent publications in the Emergency Medicine Journal.2 3
They report on a study in which pain assessments at triage were conducted among 94% of the patients who indicated having pain. Furthermore, pain assessments were associated with Manchester triage system (MTS) urgency categories. …