"We are currently developing the Manchester Triage System
to assess cases faster by dividing patients into categories according to the severity of their illnesses and this will help us determine allocation - we will train nurses on the updated system."
The reliability of the Manchester Triage System
(MTS): a meta-analysis.
If you've ever been frustrated by A&E waiting times, wondering what on earth could be important than your anterior cruciate ligament, you should learn about the Manchester triage system
There are numerous triage instruments in use around the world, namely, the Australasian Triage Scale, the Canadian Triage and Acuity Scale, the Manchester Triage System
, and the Emergency Severity Index.
The Manchester Triage System
(MTS) was created in England in 1994 and has been adopted in most emergency services (ES) as a guiding tool for risk classification.
Reliability and validity of the Manchester Triage System
in a general emergency department patient population in the Netherlands: results of a simulation study.
A systematic review on the validity and reliability of an emergency department triage scale, the Manchester Triage System
. Int J Nurs Stud.
Triage categories, based on the Manchester Triage System
 were Category 1 (resuscitation), Category 2 (very urgent), Category 3 (urgent), Category 4 (standard), and Category 5 (nonemergency).
Improving the manchester triage system
for pediatric emergency care: An international multicenter study.
"The Manchester Triage System
is the most commonly used in Ireland and utilises a five-point scale which has been shown to be effective in identifying the critically ill.
This guide explains the Manchester Triage System
to users in emergency departments around the world.