always immobolize c spine
release manual in-line spinal stabilization.
immobilize to a backboard without a cervical collar.
inform the team that immobilization is not needed.
apply a properly sized cervical collar.
Loosen the collar so you can palpate the back of the neck.”
Remove the chest strap so he can breathe easier now that his head and legs are secured.”
Check for pedal pulses before we move him to the stretcher.”
Maintain manual in-line spinal stabilization until he is on the stretcher.”
airway berfore c collar, c collar before pms
start positive pressure ventilation.
log roll him onto a long board.
size and apply a cervical collar.
perform a secondary assessment.
loss of blood pressure hypovolemic shock
maintain spabalization when you add the c collar, dont move
Let’s log roll the patient to one side so I can apply the cervical spine immobilization collar.”
Carefully flex his head forward a little so I can pass the collar underneath his neck.”
I need you to extend the patient’s chin backward a little so I can fit the collar under his chin.”
Keep his head in neutral position while I apply the cervical spine immobilization collar.”
c collar only restricts the some movement and keeps the spine from compressing down on itself
immobilizing the cervical spine.
preventing the head and neck from moving.
maintaining manual in-line stabilization.
decreasing downward compression on the cervical spine.
kyphosis is hunchback, not caused by the spinal injury. it may irritate the patient but a c collar is still used.
Apply a rigid collar and prepare the patient for any discomfort that the collar may cause.
Place a soft cervical collar instead of the rigid cervical spine immobilization collar.
Avoid application of a rigid collar due to the natural deformity of the cervical spine.
Disregard application of a rigid collar since the patient has no neurological deficits.
the use of a KED would be used since the patient still needs to be extricated from the car. and is complaining of a possible spinal injury
25-year-old restrained driver who is unresponsive and has a history of diabetes and cardiac problems
41-year-old male who was ejected and is lying supine in the roadway complaining of back pain
33-year-old female in the backseat who states that her neck hurts and she has a headache
15-year-old female complaining of neck and back pain who was self-extricated and is standing next to the car
keep the vest on and secure them to the stretcher and prepare for transport
immobilize the patient with the vest-type short immobilization device to a long backboard.
secure the patient and vest device in a supine position on the stretcher with the legs flexed.
place the patient in a semi-Fowler’s position on the stretcher for transport to the hospital.
remove the vest-type short immobilization device and secure the patient to a long backboard.
this seems wrong chest legs feet head. but this is the ebst answer. secure the head firsdt and work down
head, chest, pelvis, legs.
chest, head, pelvis, legs.
head, legs, chest, pelvis.
legs, head, chest, pelvis.
secure chest head pelvis legs
Secure the patient’s chest with straps.
Apply a properly sized cervical collar.
Release manual in-line stabilization.
Secure the patient’s head.
dont let go until the whole body is secured and immobolized
Once the patient has been log rolled onto the long backboard
After the head, chest, and knees have been secured with straps
After the patient has been secured to the backboard and transferred to the stretcher
After the chest has been secured with a head immobilization device
use the standing immobilization teqnique
Place a cervical collar on the patient and transfer him to the stretcher.
Have the patient lie on the ground and immobilize in the usual fashion.
Place the long board on the stretcher and carefully assist the patient onto the long board.
Place a long board behind the patient and immobilize in a standing position.
KED steps. secure the torso then place pad behind the head and the secure the head to the device while holding stabalization
The head is secured to the device immediately after the cervical collar is placed
The head is secured to the device after the torso has been secured.
The cervical collar is applied after the torso has been secured to the device.
The head is secured first followed by the torso and legs.
in line, PMS, Secure torso, secure head, PMS again
Let’s turn the patient toward the door of the car before applying the vest.”
Let’s get the cervical collar applied before we place the vest.”
Let’s check his motor, sensory, and pulses in the arms and legs.”
Let’s place the vest on the backboard and carefully move him from the car onto it.”
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