Auto accidents are common incidences we get called for and it is important that EMTs are able to stabilize patients to make sure no further harm is done. EMTs will generally place a C-Collar (Cervical Collar) to protect the cervical spine and sometimes will use a KED device shown (Kendrick Extrication Device) to remove victims of traffic collisions.
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