01 February 2012

 Doctors Without Borders will be the first global medical humanitarian organisation to adopt South Africa's Triage Score (SATS) emergency response system in several countries where their teams provide emergency medical care.

"It is something South Africa can be proud of. Taking the system and implementing it across the world is a major accolade for the country," says South African MSF emergency doctor Mohammed Dalwai....

"A triage system had never before been used in the Pakistani hospital and the response to its introduction was overwhelming. It shows that SATS can be successfully implemented in other countries," says Dalwai.

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