Manual in-line stabilization for acute airway management of suspected cervical spine injury: historical review and current questions.

@article{Manoach2007ManualIS,
  title={Manual in-line stabilization for acute airway management of suspected cervical spine injury: historical review and current questions.},
  author={Seth M. Manoach and Lorenzo Paladino},
  journal={Annals of emergency medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={50 3},
  pages={
          236-45
        }
}
Direct laryngoscopy with manual in-line stabilization is standard of care for acute trauma patients with suspected cervical spine injury. Ethical and methodologic constraints preclude controlled trials of manual in-line stabilization, and recent work questions its effectiveness. We searched MEDLINE, Index Medicus, Web of Knowledge, the Cochrane Database, and article reference lists. According to this search, we present an ancestral review tracing the origins of manual in-line stabilization and… CONTINUE READING
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