Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) - eye response scale

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Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) - eye response scale
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NINDS
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Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) - Best eye response (E). The GCS is a standardized instrument for assessing the level of consciousness. It evaluates three aspects of responsiveness: eye opening, motor response, verbal response.
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Qualified

Permissible Values:

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Value List
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Value Code Name Code Code System Code Description
1 No eye opening No eye opening
2 Eye opening to pain Eye opening to pain
3 Eye opening to speech/verbal command Eye opening to speech/verbal command
4 Eyes open spontaneously Eyes open spontaneously
Untestable Untestable Untestable
Unknown Unknown Unknown

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Designation:
Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) - eye response scale
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Designation:
Best eye response
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Question Text
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Best eye response (E)
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Question Text
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Best eye response Score
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Question Text
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GCS Eye Opening
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Question Text

Designations:

Definition:
Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) - Best eye response (E). The GCS is a standardized instrument for assessing the level of consciousness. It evaluates three aspects of responsiveness: eye opening, motor response, verbal response.
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Teasdale G, Jennett B. Assessment of coma and impaired consciousness. A practical scale. Lancet. Jul 1974;2(7872):81-4. Marmarou A, Lu J, Butcher I, et al. Prognostic value of the Glasgow Coma Scale and pupil reactivity in traumatic brain injury assessed pre-hospital and on enrollment: an IMPACT analysis. J Neurotrauma. Feb 2007;24(2):270-80. Stocchetti N, Pagan F, Calappi E, et al. Inaccurate early assessment of neurological severity in head injury. J Neurotrauma. Sep 2004:21(9):1131-40. Balestreri M, Czosnyka M, Chatfield DA, et al. Predictive value of Glasgow Coma Scale after brain trauma: change in trend over the past ten years. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. Jan 2004;75(1):161-2.
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1. This tool has been developed by a group of international experts at the 4th international Consensus meeting on Concussion in Sport held in Zurich, Switzerland in November 2012. The full details of the conference outcomes and the authors of the tool are published in the Consensus statement on concussion in sport: the 4th International Conference on Concussion in Sport held in Zurich, November 2012: McCrory et al., Br J Sports Med 2013;47(5). The outcome paper will also be simultaneously co-published in other leading biomedical journals with the copyright held by the Concussion in Sport<br />Group, to allow unrestricted distribution, providing no alterations are made.<br />2. McCrory et al., Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport &#8211; the 3rd international Conference on Concussion in Sport held in Zurich, november 2008. British Journal of Sports medicine 2009; 43: i76&#8211;89.<br />3. Maddocks DL, Dicker GD, Saling MM. The assessment of orientation following concussion in athletes. Clin J Sport Med. 1995;5(1):32&#8211;35. <br />4. McCrea M. Standardized mental status assessment of sports concussion. Clin J<br />Sport Med. 2001 Jul;11(3):176-81.<br />5. Guskiewicz KM. Assessment of postural stability following sport-related concussion. Curr Sports Med Rep. 2003;2(1):24&#8211;30.<br />6. Schneiders AG, Sullivan SJ, Gray AR, Hammond-Tooke GD, McCrory PR. Normative values for three clinical measures of motor performance used in the neurological assessment of sports concussion. J Sci Med Sport. 2010;13(2):196&#8211;201.<br />7. Schneiders AG, Sullivan SJ, Kvarnstr&Ouml;m J, Olsson M, Yd&Eacute;n T, Marshall S. The effect of footwear and sports-surface on dynamic neurological screening for sport-related concussion. J Sci Med Sport. 2010 Jul;13(4):382&#8211;386.

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NLM
Id:
75YvowH7Ett
Version:
3.1
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NINDS
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C01000
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3
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BRICS Variable Name
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GCSEyeRespnsScale
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