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  BET Title Available 104 Months   Prophylactic gastroprotection in all adult orthopaedic trauma patients receiving low molecular weight heparin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory analgesia?
  Green: complete   Steroids in acute spinal cord injury
  Green: complete   Spinal boards or vacuum mattresses for immobilisation
  Green: complete   Cervical collars and intracranial pressure
  Green: complete   Swimmers view or supine oblique views to visualise the cervicothoracic junction
  Green: complete   Need for cervical spine imaging for alert children after trauma
  Green: complete   Cervical spine imaging in children under 9 after trauma
  Blue: submitted but not checked   High dose steroids for whiplash
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Plain radiography is not indicated as 1st choice imaging modality in children with non-traumatic back pain
  Blue: submitted but not checked   NAC to the rescue again...? Prevention of contrast-induced nephropathy in patients with established renal impairment.
  Orange: submitted and checked   Acupuncture for neck pain
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Can we assess the prognosis for whiplash soon after the injury?
  Orange: submitted and checked   Manipulation and/or exercise for neck pain?
  Orange: submitted and checked   Prognosis in acute non-traumatic simple lower back pain
  Red: incomplete   Manipulation and mobilisation in acute low back pain
  Orange: submitted and checked   Massage for chronic low back pain
  Orange: submitted and checked   Laser for the treatment of chronic low back pain
  Blue: submitted but not checked   TENS for lower back pain
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Muscle relaxants for acute low back pain
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Strong opiates in the treatment of acute low back pain
  Blue: submitted but not checked   NSAIDS in acute low back pain
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Acupuncture in acute back pain
  Green: complete   Do bisphosphonates relieve pain caused by acute osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures?
  Green: complete   Is Cervical spine protection always necessary following penetrating neck injury