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Old 12-23-2013, 11:15 PM
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In Ottawa we had thick felt cut into the right shape and stuffed into a long piece of stockinette that you tied behind the patients neck.
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Old 12-24-2013, 11:36 AM
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Where I worked, we had rigid plastic collars that came in one size but had a "slider" to adjust the height. They also had softer rubber edges at the top and bottom for "comfort". They were not disposable and were reused for years !!! We did not have any commercially made collars for kids so had to make due with whatever we had that would work.
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here you go...This article came from 1978
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I worked for a company in the 80's that had collars made of 1/2" foam with velcro fasteners. I got in trouble for asking if we could use them to wash the truck.
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We were using DePuy soft collars and Dyna Med plastic coated extrication collars,
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In New Haven in the 70s we all used soft collars. Unlike today we used to get them back, wash em and use them again.
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