Splinting of injuries: best practice guidance

Rory McKelvin
Sunday, December 2, 2018

In each issue, the paramedic education team at Edge Hill University focuses on the clinical skills carried out by paramedics on the frontline, highlighting the importance of these skills and how to perform them. In this instalment, Rory McKelvin discusses the application of splints to fractures and sets out a best practice step-wise approach to assessment, decision-making and application in prehospital settings

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