immobilize

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immobilize

adjective fixed, have no freedom, have no mobility, immovable, impassive, inactive, inexpressive, inflexible, like a statue, motionless, paralyzed, rigid, rooted, stationary, staunch, steadfast, still, transfixed, unmoving
See also: bind, fetter, lock, restrain
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The passenger who had managed to get himself out of the car after the crash, didn't appear injured but, as a precaution due to the nature of the crash, he was also immobilised and was taken to the same hospital by ambulance and accompanied by the community paramedic.
She was also immobilised before being taken to the University Hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire.
He has to be immobilised as much as possible to get the fracture to heal and he has been the model patient.
GOING NOWHERE: The Stig can't believe that the 210mph Mercedes has been immobilised by clampers' NO ONE ABOUT: He nips off, leaving the car parked illegally' I'LL BE FIVE MINUTES: Top Gear test driver The Stig parks the supercar but, right, he ended up having to take a taxi
He was also immobilised before being taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for further assessment and treatment.
Both men had to be extricated from their vehicles and were immobilised using spinal boards and neck collars.
Crews immobilised her with a neck collar, spinal board and leg splint before she was transferred to City Hospital on blue lights.
He was fully immobilised and conveyed to New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton.
The upper end is immobilised and the lower end is pulled away from it in a straight line by a system of weights and pulleys.
She suffered suspected pelvic injuries and was immobilised before being airlifted to Coventry's University Hospital.
As a precaution, ambulance crews immobilised them with neck collars and spinal boards before taking them to hospital.
Two children in the same car were immobilised using neck collars and spinal boards and taken to the same hospital.