Assessment of Injuries at the Scene

  • Roger Snook


Having arrived at the incident, the procedure adopted personally is to briefly survey the scene and encourage the ambulancemen to indicate those casualties most in need of medical help.


Seat Belt Neck Injury Facial Injury Passenger Compartment Seat Passenger 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Roger Snook
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  1. 1.The Royal United HospitalBathUK

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