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How many Spinal bones are there in adults
Spinal shock injury usually presents as
Which injury best describes the following: partial damage to the spinal cord, depending on the area and severity of injury will determine the amount of motor and sensory function affected. This may also affect one side of the body rather than both sides
Which injury best describes the following: complete and permanent injury to the spinal cord. Following the injury, the patient will lose all motor and sensory function below the site of injury
An injury between what range along the spinal column is enough to cause loss of spontaneous respiratory function
What is the aim of spinal immobilisation
Where a short to moderate patient immobilisation is expected, you are able to utilise a scoop device, True or False
Spinal bony tenderness along the spine following trauma can be a sign of injury, True of False
Can initial manual immobilisation of a patient be used prior to extricating them in immobilisation devices
Ideally, how high should a patients’ occiput be raised when immobilised to keep them in a neutral alignment
If a patient is expected to be immobilised for a considerable amount of time, what device should be used to immobilise them
Is it acceptable where a patient has no spinal pain, distracting injury, or neurological deficit, to ask them to carefully self extricate, stopping if they do develop pain
The amount of space in the spinal canal in the upper neck is relatively large, and risk of secondary injury in this area can be reduced if good immobilisation is applied, True or False
When assessing for neurological deficit following a spinal cord injury, what area can be used as a reference to the patient for normal sensation
Which of the following shocks can develop from spinal cord injury
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