Casualty

Casualty may refer to:

  • Casualty (person), a person who is killed or injured in a war or disaster
  • Disaster, an event resulting in death, injury, or destruction
  • The emergency department of a hospital, also known as a Casualty Department or Casualty Ward (chiefly in the UK and in some English-speaking Commonwealth nations)
  • Casualty (TV series), the world's longest-running emergency medical drama series
  • Casualty 1906, the pilot for a British historical medical drama
  • Casualty 1907, a British historical medical drama (for which Casualty 1906 was the pilot)
  • Casualty 1909, a continuation of the British historical medical drama (from 1906 and 1907)
  • Casualty insurance, a type of insurance

Other articles related to "casualty":

List Of Casualty Episodes - Casualty@Holby City
... Of the nine crossover episodes broadcast as Casualty@Holby City, five aired in the regular Casualty timeslot, while the remaining four—"Casualty@Holby City Part Two", "Test ... Title Director Writer(s) Original airdate Viewers (in millions) 1 "Casualty@Holby City Part One" Offer, MichaelMichael Offer McAndrew, JohanneJohanne McAndrew 02004-12-2626 December 2004 8.91 2 "Casualty@Holby City ...
Casualty Estimation
... Casualty estimation is the process of estimating the number of injuries or deaths in a battle or natural disaster that has already occurred ... On the other, casualty prediction is the process of estimating the number of injuries or deaths that might occur in a planned or potential battle or natural disaster ...
Ambulance Bus - Mass Casualty Use
... and can be used in two main ways The units can act in a stationary capacity as a casualty clearing station, field hospital or treatment center alternatively, they can be used to transport multiple stretcher- or ... In some cases, existing vehicles can be used for the mass casualty purpose through the use of conversion kits designed to be rapidly fitted when required, reducing the need to have expensive mass ...
Casualty Prediction
... Casualty prediction is the science of predicting the number of deaths or injuries that may result from an epidemic, natural disaster or act of war such as the explosion of a nuclear weapon, chemical ... Casualty estimation is the process of estimating the number of injuries or deaths in a battle or natural disaster that has already occurred.) Blast casualty prediction is routinely performed in the ...
Casualty Loss - Background
... personal losses that arise from fire, storm, shipwreck, or other casualty, or from theft ... the loss must be caused by fire, storm, shipwreck, or other casualty, or theft ... determining what constitutes “other casualty” is less sure ...