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Two Folding Spine Board

The folding spine board produced by China emergency medical equipment supplier has the advantages of light weight, small size, easy to carry, and safe to use.
This kind of folding spine board is foldable to save space. When not used, we could fold it.
  • DW-PE005
  • DRAGON
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Product Description


folding spine board are also known as long spine boards and spine boards. x-rays need to be able to penetrate the spine board, which needs to be strong but light in weight. x-rays also need to be able to penetrate the board so that the patient's spinal injury can be evaluated without removing the patient from the board. To accommodate these specifications, backboards are usually made of plastic or wood.


This folding spine board from China adopts high-strength engineering plastics and a "rotomolding" one-time molding process, which is beautiful, economical, and practical. The plastic material can avoid the patient's discomfort due to overheating or overcooling and is antifouling to prevent re-injury to the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine of the injured person. This folding spine board is anti-aging—lightweight, and easy to store.

DW-PE005


Product Features

1. allows X-rays to pass through, which makes it easier for doctors to carry out diagnoses in a timely manner.

2. Ideal for search and rescue or rugged terrain operations.

3. Folding spine board with plastic construction for easy sterilization.

4. Aluminum alloy mechanical pivot, easy to use.

5. The edge of the folding spine board is reflective and easier to see.

6. Extremely durable and easy to carry.


Product parameters


Model ProductSize Net weight Load Limit Quantity Size(L*W*H)G.W
DW-PE005 Size:187*50*4cm,fold:94*50*9cm 10.5kg 159kg 1 96*10*54cm


Precautions for folding spine board


1. DRAGON emergency medical equipment supplier reminds you,Preliminary judgment of the injury, the operator performs a thoracic dorsal lock to stabilize the patient, one help to the back of the patient, perform a physical examination of the head, ear canal, and neck, one assist, headlock, fix the patient's shoulders, keep the patient's upper body stable, and one help to reset the patient's head to the normal range.


2. The operator performs a neck examination on the folding spine board to determine whether the patient has respiratory tract injury and then places a neck brace.


3. Place neck brace

  • Measure the neck length of the injured person: the thumb is perpendicular to the palm, the other four fingers are close and vertical to the patient's forehead; measure the distance from the angle of the jaw to the front edge of the trapezius muscle;

  • Adjust the neck brace and shape;

  • When placing the neck brace, the middle arch of the neck brace is stuck at the patient's right shoulder and tilted slightly forward and downward.


4. After the neck brace is placed, the surgeon performs a complete physical examination on the folding spine board, from top to bottom, from torso to limbs.


5. Use a rescue sleeve (short ridge board)

  • The practitioner performs thoracic dorsal locks to fix the patient.

  • Place the rescue sleeve on the patient's back, and the smooth side is close to the injured person's body.

  • Place the center of the rescue sleeve in the injured person's spine and change the headlock.

  • The operative and the second assistant put the movable breastplate on the chest around the injured person's body, slightly pulled it up, and attached it to the armpit.

  • Buckle the shoulder straps and chest and abdomen fixing straps to ensure that the top of the movable breastplate is placed under the patient's armpit. The leg strap (black) wraps around the knee of the injured person from the inside out and the bottom up, clinging to the groin position, through the inside of the thigh, pulled outward, and tightened.

  • The practitioner puts the neck pad on the folding spine board and locks his right hand on the back of the short spine board, and places the buffer between the neck and the rescue sleeve to ensure no gap; one helps to organize the head armor and put it in the correct position, lock the head behind the row.

  • The practitioner puts the jaw fixing band in the jaw position and pulls it up to the movable head armor. The forehead fixator also pulls it down to the portable head armor before and after placing the forehead to keep the airway open.

  • Tighten each fixing band from the bottom to the top, and fix the knee and ankle with a triangular scarf wide band.

  • Check the tightness of all fixed bands of the folding spine board and organize them.



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Use a folding spine board for Rescuing


  1. Moving the injured: The operator and the second assistant grasp the grips on both sides of the waist, and the other hand is placed under the leg of the injured person. The two hands are clasped together, and the patient is moved from 45° to 90° two times.

  2. Use folding spine board: folding spine board to place the car stretcher in line with the back of the injured person, stabilize the car stretcher, one help to fix the head with shoulder locks, the operator and the second aid raise the lower limbs first to lay the injured trunk flat on the spine board, gradually move into place, moderately relax the shoulder, chest, abdomen, groin fixing straps, lift the knee ankle triangle scarf, And lay flat on the spine board.

  3. Fixation of the injured: fix the body and limbs of the injured person on the spine board, fix the head in order from authority to toe, the head retainer appoints the head, the chest fixator is cross-fixed, the leg fixation belt is obliquely fixed, and the injured person and the car stretcher are fixed. The operator examines each fixation belt from the bottom up and judges the patient's breathing condition.

  4. The first responder smoothly raises the folding spine board to carry the injured person, moves on the foot side first, and observes the head and neck condition of the injured person at the same time.


These considerations are important to keep in mind when handling patients with spinal injuries:

1. The casualty must never be moved until the injury is not clarified. The first thing to do is to observe the injury, if the injured person's important parts such as head, chest, spine, pelvis, and so on are damaged, you can never casually change the position.

2. Where there is a suspicion of head, neck and spinal trauma, the person should try to be immobile in situ and wait for ambulance personnel. Th e spine must never be flexed, and a 'bag and pocket' handling approach with one lifting the axilla and one lifting the lower extremities is used, which can cause a vertebral fracture fragment to pierce the spinal nerve.

3. In those suspected of having a spinal injury, there must be consistent coaxial flipping of the head, neck, trunk, and lower extremities up and down when flipping over, and never a " twisting flower " roll over, which can kink or squeeze the spinal cord at the site of the fracture and cause or worsen paraplegia. Force at least three times while the casualty is turned over, with the injured spine held in an axial position and the body turned over at the same speed.

4. Use a hard plate, folding spine board and do not use a canvas soft stretcher.


How to use a folding spine board

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(A) Spinal injury fixation


  1. Site assessment: After observing the safety of the surrounding environment, the first aider should approach the injured person head-on and identify himself or herself; tell the injured person not to make any movement, make a preliminary judgment of the injury and briefly explain the purpose of first aid; stabilize himself or herself first and then fix the injured person to avoid aggravating the spinal injury.

  2. Position: supine position, head, neck, trunk and pelvis should be in a central straight position, the spine should not be flexed or twisted.

  3. Operation method: use a spinal board, stretcher, etc. Three people to the same side of the patient kneeling inserted, while lifting, change single leg, stand up, carry, change single leg, kneeling, change double leg while applying the flat support method to put the patient on a rigid stretcher, disable cradling or one person to carry the head, one person to carry the foot carrying method, pad a thin pillow at the injury, so that the spine here slightly upward, and then use four straps to fix the casualty on a wooden board or rigid stretcher (generally with straps to fix the chest and humerus level, the forearm and waist level, thigh level, calf level, and tie the casualty to a rigid stretcher), so that the casualty cannot turn from side to side. If there is a cervical spine injury, the patient should be transported with a cervical brace to fix the neck, such as no neck brace with "head lock or shoulder lock" technique to fix the head and neck, the rest of the people coordinated force to lift the patient flat to the stretcher or board, and then the left and right sides of the head with soft pillows or clothing and other things fixed.

  4. Monitoring and transfer: check the fixation belt, observe the patient's vital signs, choose the appropriate transfer tool, and ensure the patient's safety.


(B) cervical spine injury fixation (supine position of the injured person)


  1. On-site assessment and judgment.

  2. Adjust the neck position The doctor treats the injury according to the spine, and the assistant prepares a neck brace and spinal board (inform the casualty to cooperate). The doctor and the assistant cooperate; the assistant's index finger is placed in the middle of the injured person's sternum to indicate.

  3. Check the head and neck The assistant fixes the head and neck with the head-thoracic lock, and the doctor checks the head-occipital area (cervical spine shape, pressure pain) and puts on the head lock.

  4. Put on the neck brace The assistant checks and measures the length of the casualty's neck, adjusts the required size, and puts on the neck brace correctly.

  5. Whole body examination to determine the injury (doctor or medical assistant) head - neck - chest - abdomen - back - external genitalia - lower limbs - upper limbs (no other injuries found) )

  6. on the spinal board, the assistant head thoracic lock, the second assistant to prepare the spinal board and restraint belt is completed), the doctor head shoulder lock (shoulder lock on the same side of the lateral flip).

  7. Overall lateral flip The doctor directs, the two assistants cross the injured person's shoulders, iliac and knees with their left and right hands, and turn the injured person in the axial position to the lateral position, keeping the spine in the same axis. The assistants check the back and spine.

  8. Place the spinal board The assistant pulls the spinal board taking care to place it in the appropriate position on the back. Place the injured person in the axial position back in the supine position.

  9. Spinal board translation (pushing) the casualty The assistant fixes the head and neck with a thoracic lock, the doctor uses a double shoulder lock, the assistant crosses the left and right hands, pushes the casualty in the supine position and pushes the casualty to the appropriate position of the spinal board.

  10. Head fixation One assistant head thoracic lock, two assistants prepare the head fixation device, the doctor on the head fixation device.

  11. Spinal board restraint belt fixation The assistant fixes the chest, hip, knee and ankle joints in the order of restraint belt.

  12. Check the casualty again

  13. Handle the casualty. The doctor directs the smooth lifting of the casualty, with the foot first and the operator on the head side, while observing the head and neck.


(C) cervical spine injury fixation and handling (casualty in sitting position)


  1. Preliminary judgment of the injury, the operator performs thoracic dorsal lock to stabilize the patient, one helper goes to the rear of the patient, performs head, external auditory canal, posterior cervical examination, one helper performs posterior head lock, the operator fixes the patient's shoulders, keeps the patient's upper body stable, one helper resets the patient's head to normal position.

  2. The operator conducts a cervical examination to determine whether the patient has respiratory tract injury, and then places a cervical brace.

  3. Placement of neck brace

  4. Measure the length of the injured patient's neck: the thumb is perpendicular to the palm surface, the other four fingers are together and perpendicular to the patient's frontal surface, and measure the distance from the angle of the mandible to the anterior edge of the trapezius muscle.

  5. Adjusting the neck brace and shaping it.

  6. When placing the cervical brace, the middle curve of the brace was stuck at the patient's right shoulder and slightly tilted forward and downward, placed first at the back of the neck and then at the front of the neck, ensuring the position was centered and buckled with a moderate degree of tightness.

  7. After the cervical brace is placed, the operator performs a full body physical examination, from top to bottom, from the trunk to the extremities.


(D) Use of relief sets (short spine plates)


  1. The operator performs a thoracic dorsal lock to immobilize the patient.

  2. The first and second assistants place the relief sleeve on the patient's back with the smooth side against the injured person's body.

  3. After placing the center of the relief sleeve on the spinal position of the injured person, the first assistant changes the headlock.

  4. The operator and second assistant place the movable chest protector around the casualty's torso and pull it upward slightly against the armpit.

  5. Fasten the shoulder straps and the chest and abdomen straps to ensure that the top of the mobile chest armor is placed under the patient's axilla; the leg straps (black) are fastened from the inside out and from the bottom up around the injured person's knee, close to the groin position, threaded through the inner thigh, pulled outward and fastened.

  6. The operator puts the neck padding in place and places the right hand behind the short spine plate to perform a thoracic dorsal lock, places the padding tightly between the neck and the extrication sleeve to ensure there is no gap, and a helper arranges the head gauntlet and to the correct position before performing a posterior head lock.

  7. The operator places the mandibular fixation strap in the mandibular position and pulls it upward to tighten the head active armor, and the frontal fixation strap is placed in front of and behind the forehead and also pulls it downward to tighten the head active armor, paying attention to keeping the airway open.

  8. Tighten each fixation belt from bottom to top and fix the knee and ankle with a wide band of triangular towel.

  9. Check the tightness of all fixation straps and arrange them.



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