Week #4 Assignment 2 - 1 Who is in charge when spineboarding an athlete and why The person at the head of the injured athlete is in charge when

Week #4 Assignment 2 - 1 Who is in charge when...

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1.Who is in charge when spineboarding an athlete and why?The person at the head of the injured athlete is in charge when spineboarding the injured athlete. They are the one in charge because they are the one who directs the movement of the patient. This is true in all cases of first aid where a patient is being carried on a litter.2.List 3 tools that can be used to remove a helmet.Pruners, fm extractors, and screwdrivers can be used to aid in the removal of a helmet/facemask. Screwdrivers may not be effective due to rusty screws.3.Where do the assistants place their hands to perform a log role and why?The assistants place their hands on the upper arm, shoulder, pelvis, and lower legs during the log roll. They do it this way because it minimizes the potential for the spine to twist orturn in anyway.4.If you were at the head, what commands would you provide to the assistants to perform a log roll? Please detail as if you were performing in real time.
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