It ensures firm support to patients with different physiognomies to reduce the likelihood of cervical spinal cord injury.
The cervical collar is the main element used to reduce the likelihood of cervical cord injury in patients who have suffered trauma caused, among others, by impact, or fall.
Injuries to the cervical area may occur during extrication or moving of the patient, so applying the collar is the first step to be taken before beginning the actual rescue work
This collar can be adjusted to different sizes thanks to the incorporation of a height adjustment system. More options of use with fewer pieces are available when using this type of collar, since the rescuer can select the size of the collar according to the shape of the patient's neck providing firm support to patients with different physiognomies.
The collar has a hole for trachea and carotid pulse control.