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A stance taken when a trauma victim’s condition is of such severity that there is (1) Insufficient time for the usual format of medical stabilisation and/or (2) The equipment and/or experts needed to save the victim’s life are not present in the ambulatory field unit—e.g., ambulance or helicopter
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'scoop and run'

Emergency medicine A stance taken when a trauma victim's condition is of such severity that there is
1. Insufficient time for the usual format of medical stabilization and.
2. The equipment and/or experts needed to save the victim's life are not present in the ambulatory field unit–eg, ambulance or helicopter. Cf Stay and play.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.