Methods for evaluating cervical range of motion in trauma settings
Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine, 08/03/2012
Voss S et al. – The studies used a range of methodologies, but study quality was generally low. Laboratory investigations and biomechanical studies have gradually given way to methods that more accurately reflect the real–life situations in which cervical spine immobilisation occurs. Latterly, new approaches using virtual reality and simulation have been developed.