Dundee paramedic Brian Carlin has designed a pioneering device which could help save the lives of road accident victims. Resqroll can be used by medics to remove patients with potential spinal injuries from wreckage. It has also been endorsed by senior figures in the medical profession. The device also allows crews to remove people from a vehicle or confined space in the position in which they are found. Mr Carlin, 39, a paramedic and clinical educator with NHS Education for Scotland (NES), first came up with the idea for Resqroll five years ago. He has designed it with the help of textile company Lojigma International Ltd, at a cost of about
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Donna MacDonald McNeil, United Kingdom6 years ago Comments: Just finished a Basics course at with Brian and we used the resqroll during our scenarios. It is a fantastic piese of kit and all emergency services should have one.
Diana Smith, United States7 years ago Comments: Will the ResQRoll be available in the United States I hope you can market it to the medics here.
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