Patients with blunt major trauma and suspected multiple injuries should not be repositioned during whole-body CT. Do not do June 2016 Unclassified
Do not transport people with suspected acute traumatic spinal cord injury (with or without column injury), with full in-line spinal immobilisation, directly to a spinal cord injury centre from the scene of the incident. Do not do June 2016 Unclassified
Do not carry out or maintain full in-line spinal immobilisation in people if they have low-risk factors for cervical spine injury as identified and indicated by the Canadian C-spine rule, are pain free and are able to actively rotate their neck 45 degrees left and right, and they do not have any of the factors listed in recommendation 1.1.7 (see guidance for details). Do not do June 2016 Unclassified
Do not use the methylprednisolone, nimodipine or naloxone to provide neuroprotection and prevention of secondary deterioration, in the acute stage after acute traumatic spinal cord injury. Do not do June 2016 Unclassified
Do not use medications in the acute stage after traumatic spinal cord injury to prevent neuropathic pain from developing in the chronic stage. Do not do June 2016 Unclassified
Do not routinely use whole-body CT to image children (under 16s). Use clinical judgement to limit CT to the body areas where assessment is needed. Do not do June 2016 Unclassified