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  • #16
    Originally posted by jmatthe2 View Post
    All are common methods to tie a patient in. The key thing to remember is to base your tie-in method (and maybe even extraction orientation and device choice) on the patient's injury. Leg injury? Stirrups in the lashing don't work so well. Pelvic injury? A diaper seat may not be the best choice.
    Well said! We work in a dynamic environment and our skill should reflect that. The patients well being and medical status is our responsibility with that we must look at what we have and create the best possible packaging system.
    Great post...simple but it weighs heavy in a operation.
    Mike Donahue
    "Training Prepares You...For Moments That Define You

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