Wherever possible splints and dressings should be applied before moving the patient. In the majority of cases correctly applied splints will actually make the task of lifting the patient much easier for both rescuer and rescued.
KeywordsCentral Venous Pressure Road Accident Rear Axle Limb Fracture Research Ambulance
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