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Which injuries should be kept immobile until EMS arrives and the victim is transported to a medical facility? Sprains and bruises Fractures, dislocations, and head injuries Scrapes and avulsions Punctures and muscle strains
Fractures, dislocations, and head injuries be kept immobile until EMS arrives and the victim is transported to a medical facility.
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