After excluding neck injuries, the lateral decubitus can be used for the injured with impaired consciousness. To prevent food from being sucked into the trachea when the wounded vomits. When the casualty is lying on his side, a pillow can be placed on his neck to maintain a neutral position.
The carrier can also have one leg on both sides of the wounded, one person on one side is responsible for supporting the waist and buttocks of the wounded, and two people on the other side are responsible for the shoulders, back and lower limbs respectively. distortion.
Before transporting the wounded, check the wounded's vital signs and injured parts, focusing on checking whether the wounded's head, spine, and chest have trauma, especially whether the cervical spine is damaged.