Definition of "Triage"
1a: the sorting of and allocation of treatment to patients and especially battle and disaster victims according to a system of priorities designed to maximize the number of survivors
b: the sorting of patients (as in an emergency room) according to the urgency of their need for care
When working with Kyusho we can and do cause many physiological dysfunctions, from body failure, to unconsciousness, to cessation of breath and more. However they all require various methods of revival, recovery and restorative measures depending on the degree of severity or life threatening degree.
Because of this variance we must also have a method of Triage (or determination of the level of severity) for single and multiple person applications. As example if two people are incapacitated we must determine what degree of dysfunction has occurred, the time necessary for revival or restoration as well as applied method. As both collapse with one unconscious and one that can not breathe correctly, the more vital application would be to restore the person that can not breathe. The unconscious person will awaken eventually and are not under as severe a physiological urgency. The individual that can not breathe will have greater consequence if not treated promptly.
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