Dissector of back                              Vertebrae anatomy                 Vertebral search

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  • Thoracolumbar spine patient should be carried in either prone or supine positions.
  • Clear the airways
  • Cervical patient must be carried in prone position, especially if there is association with head injury.
  • Immobilize unstable injuries until healing of soft tissue.

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Atlas compression Cervical spine compression Cervical dislocation
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