There is a distinct difference between the relocation of a dashboard in a training environment and during an operational rescue. Remember: to remove a mechanical entrapment, we simply have to be able to see daylight around our patient; this may mean a movement (or relocation) of no more than a few inches. Of course, more movement is advantageous, but we must strike a balance between what is achievable versus the patient’s medical requirements. Vehicle Extrication – THE NEXT GENERATION provides a full description, data sheet and FULL LENGTH HD video link to this and many other popular processes and techniques.
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