Another case against mandatory c-spine immobilisation. Any room for common sense? https://t.co/jtuK9zvego — Stephen Bernard (@AmbVicMedic) February 12, 2017
So how does this fit into debate on c-spine immobilisation…? https://t.co/46ZGq4w5Im Welcome back Rob Gemmell! #aucklandHEMS — aucklandhems (@Aucklandhems) July 18, 2016 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
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.
Source: ERC CERVICAL COLLAR SCEPTICS
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…Continue reading “JC: Self extrication vs. assisted extrication. St.Emlyn’s”
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
Hi. The latest guidance from APLS has removed collars completely from the immobilisation pathway – http://t.co/GCOpAvpfv7 @catsretrieval — james tooley (@jamestooley) June 2, 2015
The C-Collar/Spinal Precaution debate.Vid sums it up. https://t.co/uhYLuMhMmK @KangarooBeach @ketaminh @Buck_Reed @paramedic_al @EMS_Junkie — Michael Borrowdale (@SimNinja3688) May 20, 2015