The glasgow coma scale is used to measure the neurological status of patients. It is also known as GCS which is scored between 3 and 14. If the score is between 3 and 14 , it is considered as abnormal and it is above 15, it is normal. It is calculated based on three factors : Eye, Verbal and Motor response. Find the GCS score with this online calculator.
Glasgow coma scale was discovered by Graham Teasdale and Bryan J. Jennett at the city's Southern General Hospital. It is a part of ICU scoring system which is used to find the status of CNS in traumic and coma patients.
If the patient opens his eyes with pain, obeys verbal commands and speaks inappropriate words, then the GCS score is 11, which is abnormal and so the patient will have moderate injury.
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