Pediatric Glasgow Coma Scale (PGCS) - eye response score

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Name:
Pediatric Glasgow Coma Scale (PGCS) - eye response score
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NINDS
Definition:
Score for the participant's eye response according to the Pediatric Glasgow Coma Scale (PGCS) if the participant is under the age of 18.
Registration Status:
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 Eye opening to speech
4 Eyes open spontaneously Eyes open spontaneously
Untestable Untestable Untestable
Unknown Unknown Unknown

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Pediatric Glasgow Coma Scale (PGCS) - eye response score
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Best eye response
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Designation:
Best eye response score
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Designations:

Definition:
Score for the participant's eye response according to the Pediatric Glasgow Coma Scale (PGCS) if the participant is under the age of 18.
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Marcin J and Pollack M. (2002). Triage scoring systems, severity of illness measures, and mortality prediction models in pediatric trauma. Crit Care Med. 30:S457-S467.
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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<br />in november 2012. the full details of the conference outcomes and the authors of<br />the tool are published in the BJSm injury prevention and Health protection, 2013,<br />Volume 47, issue 5. the outcome paper will also be simultaneously co-published in<br />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 p et al., Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport &#8211; the 3rd international Conference on Concussion in Sport held in Zurich, november 2008. British<br />Journal of Sports medicine 2009; 43: i76-89.<br />3. maddocks, Dl; Dicker, GD; Saling, mm. the assessment of orientation following<br />concussion in athletes. Clinical Journal of Sport medicine. 1995; 5(1): 32&#8211;3.<br />4. mcCrea m. Standardized mental status testing of acute concussion. Clinical Journal of Sport medicine. 2001; 11: 176&#8211;181.<br />5. Guskiewicz Km. Assessment of postural stability following sport-related concussion. Current Sports medicine reports. 2003; 2: 24&#8211;30.<br />6. Schneiders, A.G., Sullivan, S.J., Gray, A., Hammond-tooke, G.&mcCrory, p.<br />normative values for 16-37 year old subjects for three clinical measures of motor<br />performance used in the assessment of sports concussions. Journal of Science and<br />medicine in Sport. 2010; 13(2): 196&#8211;201.<br />7. Schneiders, A.G., Sullivan, S.J., Kvarnstrom. J.K., olsson, m., Yden. t.&marshall,<br />S.W. the effect of footwear and sports-surface on dynamic neurological screening in sport-related concussion. Journal of Science and medicine in Sport. 2010;<br />13(4): 382&#8211;386<br />8. Ayr, l.K., Yeates, K.o., taylor, H.G.,&Brown, m. Dimensions of post-concussive<br />symptoms in children with mild traumatic brain injuries. Journal of the international<br />neuropsychological Society. 2009; 15:19&#8211;30.

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NLM
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S7KKVzbAk7M
Version:
3.1
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NINDS
Id:
C01020
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3
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BRICS Variable Name
Id:
PGCSEyeRespnsScore
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