Improving the Glasgow Coma Scale
score: motor score alone is a better predictor.
Reliability of the Glasgow Coma Scale
when used by emergency physicians and paramedics.
Recovery was measured by comparing baseline Glasgow Coma Scale
(GCS), Sensory Stimulation Assessment Measure (SSAM), Ranchos Los Amigos Level of Cognitive Functioning Scale (RLA), and Disability Rating Scale (DRS) scores to ending scores between those who received SSP and those who did not.
Perhaps the most striking aspect of our case is the mildness of the patient's presentation, as evidenced by her initial score of 14 on the Glasgow Coma Scale
The Glasgow Coma Scale
(GCS) has been the gold standard for assessing a patient's level of consciousness (LOC) and acute changes in neurological status since it was developed in 1974.
Since its introduction into the literature in 1974, the Glasgow Coma Scale
(GCS) has been widely used as a measure to record the level of consciousness in a number of patient populations, and particularly in patients who have sustained a TBI.
With improvements on the Glasgow Coma Scale
during her current admission, it became apparent that the patient was profoundly depressed, so she was treated with mirtazapine.
An extended Glasgow Coma Scale
(GCS-E) with enhanced sensitivity to mild brain injury.
In an open-label study, investigators reported on four patients, aged 24-35 years, who had suffered a TBI with an initial Glasgow Coma Scale
of 3-8 (Arch.
In this open label, Phase II pilot study being conducted at Virginia Commonwealth University, Oxycyte is administered to patients with severe traumatic brain injury and a Glasgow Coma Scale
score of 3-9.
Examples of Behavioral Scales Available Publication Country Scale Name Year (City) Structure Glasgow Coma Scale
1974 England 15 items divided in (GCS; Teasdale & (Glasgow) 3 subscales: eyes Jennett, 1974) opening, verbal response, and motor response.
On the Glasgow Coma Scale
, an injury causing less than 30 minutes of altered consciousness is deemed mild.