The stretcher is transported in a position

- Mar 27, 2019-

For the current stretcher equipped in the ambulance, it is in line with the needs of the disease, and it is convenient for the patient to lie down with the wounded. Because the weight of the stretcher itself is heavier, it is laborious to carry.

The position often used by the injured when carrying the wounded

Supine position

This position can be used for all seriously injured people. It can avoid excessive bending of the neck and spine to prevent the occurrence of vertebral body dislocation; for the wounded wounded with abdominal wall defect, when the wounded scream for breath, the intestine will come out, so that the injured person can take the position of the lower limb and bend the lower limb to prevent the abdominal organ. Come out.

Lateral position

After the neck injury is excluded, the lateral position can be used for the injured person with a conscious disorder. To prevent the wounded from vomiting, the food is inhaled into the trachea. When the casualty is lying on his side, he can put a pillow on his neck to maintain a neutral position.

Semi-recumbent position

For wounded patients with only chest injuries, they often suffer from pain, bloody chest and severe breathing difficulties. In the absence of combined thoracic vertebrae, lumbar spine injury and shock, this position can be used to facilitate the breathing of the wounded.

Prone position

For the wounded who have extensive damage to the chest wall and have abnormal breathing and severe hypoxia, the prone position can be used. Use oppression and limit abnormal breathing.

Sitting position

Suitable for patients with pleural effusion and heart failure.