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Posts from the ‘c-spine’ Category

Another case against mandatory C-Spine immobilisation

“I felt like my head was going to fall off”

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The Day the Hard Collar Died – a tribute song

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Canadian C-Spine Rule by Dr. Ian Stiell

Spinal Immobilization: Everything you know is Wrong

Nepean Trauma Evening 19th Nov -Hard collars questioned!

This just came out last night!

Nepean Trauma evening was live streamed on net and recorded at NSW ITIM website ( fabulous trauma education site!) Watch the recording and 10 minutes into it is a presentation on Hard cervical collars and questioning their role in the future.

 

PHARM Podcast 128 : Are you going soft? with Dr Stephen Rashford

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ERC CERVICAL COLLAR SCEPTICS

Source: ERC CERVICAL COLLAR SCEPTICS

JC: Self extrication vs. assisted extrication. St.Emlyn’s

St.Emlyn’s – Meducation in Virchester #FOAMed The last 2 years have seen the agreed wisdom of spinal immobilisation challenged. We have seen a paradigm shift in our attitude towards the use of cervical collar with some prehospital services now removing the automatic use of this device, and international organisations questioning their routine use. In brief…

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Alternative intubation techniques vs Macintosh laryngoscopy in patients with cervical spine immobilization: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

My son with an Airtraq!

My son with an Airtraq!

Interesting open access article from Switzerland!

Alternative intubation techniques vs Macintosh laryngoscopy in patients with cervical spine immobilization: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

GOSFORD TRAUMA EVENING WEBCAST June 2015

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Airway management of patients with traumatic brain injury/C-spine injury

Here is an intubation we prepared earlier

Here is an intubation we prepared earlier

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Cervical collars and children – an update

Well, look at that mechanism of injury!