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To fly or not to fly... that is the question! Helicopter optimization in prehospital trauma.
Trauma system resource preservation: A simple scene triage tool can reduce helicopter emergency medical services overutilization in a state trauma system 
Pascal Udekwu, MBBS, MBA/MHA; Sharon Schiro, PhD; Eric Toschlog, MD; Meagan Farrell, PhD; Sarah McIntyre, BSN; James Winslow, III, MD
Helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS) can improve survival in some injured patients. However, patients transported by HEMS with non-time-sensitive injuries can lead to costly overtriage. The authors of this study evaluated the HEMS services in North Carolina, assessed system performance, and analyzed opportunities for reduction.
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