Following traumatic injury, a 19 year old woman presents with confusion, tachycardia, and significant hypotension. Her skin is cool, clammy, and pale. Further assessment reveals abdominal rigidity and deformity with severe pain over her thoracic vertebrae. In addition to administrating high flow oxygen and immobilizing her spine, you should:
start at least one large bore IV line and give crystalloid boluses as needed to maintain adequate perfusion.