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Do you perform “Rapid Extrication” on almost every patient? Can you clinically justify this practice? “Rapid Extrication” is intended to be reserved for the multi-system trauma patient with low blood pressure. You do it anyway because the short spine devices most widely available were designed decades ago, in the day of bench seats and big cars. They just do not work well in today's bucket seats. They are nearly impossible to clean, disinfect and just take too long to apply. Why place your patient at risk of permanent disability when now you can do the job right without compromise?
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