Triage - the primary goal is to allocate limited resources. (1 min 57 sec)
1. #1 Hurt but they can wait.
These patients have injuries that require medical attention, but their condition is stable enough that they can wait without an immediate threat to their life or health.
2. #2 Hurt and will die if they don't get attention immediately.
These patients are in critical condition and require immediate medical attention to have a chance at survival. Without prompt intervention, their life is at immediate risk.
3. #3 Hurt and will die regardless of attention they receive. - hospice status.
These patients are severely injured to the extent that their injuries are unsurvivable, even with medical attention.
In a hospice status, the focus would be on providing comfort and alleviating suffering rather than attempting life-saving interventions.
4. In a scenario where you can only save one person, the logical choice would be to save the person in category #2 - Hurt and will die if they don't get attention immediately.
This is because they have a chance of survival if treated promptly. The individuals in categories #1 and #3 are either stable enough to wait or have injuries that are unsurvivable, respectively.
5. The goal is always to maximize the number of lives saved while considering the available resources and medical expertise.
6. How does God make such important, critical, and complex decisions? or
1. Could it be that God knows nothing of this world.
2. Could it be that God is not interested in the effect but rather the cause.
3. Is it possible for God to be limited in any way?
4. Is it highly probable that "resources" is a man-made construct?