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1 Manual C-spine precautions should be used when log rolling a patient who was the victim of a traumatic injury to the back onto the backboard.


2 How does rescuer placement when log rolling change between 2 and 3 rescuer rolls?

The three rescuer roll is head, torso, legs.
The three rescuer roll is head, hips, feet.
The three rescuer roll is head, hips, behind with the backboard.
None of the above.

3 When performing a log roll, the patient should be rolled

Towards the rescuers.
Away from the rescuers.

4 When moving a patient without suspected spinal injuries with a log roll procedure, manual cervical spinal stabilization should still be held to prevent further injury.



A log roll procedure can be done with a minimum of

rescuers, but is most effective with



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