They made sure to stabilize and immobilize spines and necks before attempting to move a victim.
You immobilize the elevators—think what that would mean in lower and midtown Manhattan alone.
The latter clawed and bit with a fury which suggested Togi intended to immobilize that weapon by tearing it to shreds.
Braces and other mechanical appliances intended to immobilize the parts are not of practical benefit in the horse.
The other part was that he could kill or immobilize anybody in the world—or everybody—from any distance.
Certain cases resisting such procedures are best treated with a plaster of Paris cast to immobilize the part for several months.
In March 1942 the government launched repressive measures in an attempt to immobilize communist activities.
immobilize im·mo·bi·lize (ĭ-mō'bə-līz')
v. im·mo·bi·lized, im·mo·bi·liz·ing, im·mo·bi·liz·es
To render immobile.
To fix the position of a joint or fractured limb, as with a splint or cast.