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Spine. Boards on Australian vehicles?

August 19 2017 at 1:30 AM
Pat Mc Cumiskey   (Login patmccumiskey)
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I'm putting one of these on an ASLAC PC and I can't seem to find a decent Pi tire. Would they be army green or. Civilian orange/ yellow??

 
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Chris Evenden
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Green n/t

August 19 2017, 3:39 AM 

n/t

 
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Haydn Neal
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ASLAV Spine Boards

August 21 2017, 8:03 AM 

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Pat McCumiskey
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Well , their you go

August 24 2017, 4:41 AM 

It's not green , but I believe it a metal one that breaks into 2 pieces , whereas the one I'm using is the solid one piece pastic one.

 
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Haydn Neal
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Agreed

August 25 2017, 7:13 AM 

Found another pic - collapsible metal job - well spotted

 
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John Wypyszinski
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Re: ASLAV Spine Boards

August 28 2017, 9:52 AM 

Not to be a nit picker, gents but that piece of equipment on the vehicle is not a spine board and is not supposed to be used for spinal immobilization (doesn't provide the necessary stability during movement). The item in the picture is a scoop stretcher, it separates along the long axis and is reconnected around the patient; the general use is for fractures of the neck of the femur/hip. Spine boards are just that, boards and can come in any color the customer specifies in a contract, although the military prefers green. I've worked in fire/EMS and military medicine since I was eighteen (back when those boards were actually 3/4" plywood and you could build them at the fire station...) so I've seen a lot of stuff come and go.
Doc

 
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Pat Mc Cumiskey
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I understand your point John

August 28 2017, 9:15 PM 

Thanks for the clarification.

 
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