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Central Nervous System Stimulant Degenerative Disease Of The Brain Glasgow Coma Scale Medical Terminology Mental Status Examination
Ch. 10: Neurology Diseases – Flashcards 45 terms
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Elizabeth Mcdonald
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Emergency Medicine Glasgow Coma Scale Information Theory Long Term Care
ICD-10-CM Chapter 12,Z codes,13 Symptoms, Signs, and Ill-Defined Conditions – Flashcards 93 terms
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Christine Brunetti
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Geriatrics Glasgow Coma Scale Nursing Nursing Assistive Personnel Patient-Family Centered Care: Maternal/Child Nursing Traumatic Brain Injury
Fundamentals of Nursing – Ch 27 Patient Safety – Flashcards 55 terms
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Daphne Armenta
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Glasgow Coma Scale Nursing
Med surge Test 3 – Flashcards 157 terms
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Pedro Huang
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Closed Head Injuries Emergency Medical Technology Glasgow Coma Scale Head Tilt Chin Lift Jaw Thrust Maneuver Motor Vehicle Crashes Surgery
Chapter 28 Head and Spine Injuries – Flashcards 92 terms
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Ruth Jones
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EM EMS And Disaster Mgt Emergency Medical Technology Glasgow Coma Scale Surgery
EMT- Trauma 48 terms
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Martha Hill
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Altered Mental Status Emergency Medical Technology Glasgow Coma Scale Left Lateral Recumbent
Chapter 15. EMT – Flashcards 37 terms
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Trina Garrison
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When assessing the motor function of a patient using the Glasgow coma scale, the nurse notes the patient’s hands and feets are turned inward. The nurse notes this a 3 which is called what?
Abnormal flexion – decordian
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What does the pediatric glasgow coma scale measure?
eye opening, motor response, verbal response
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Rapid assessment of LOC Use of Glasgow coma scale as indicated (GCS) Pupillary reaction Gross assessment of motor strength Gross assessment of sensation Vital signs
What is included in the Abbreviated Acute Assessment?
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What if Frank’s Glasgow Coma Scale rating obtained in this assessment?
What aspect of mentation does the Glasgow Coma Scale assess?
A college athlete is seen in the clinic 6 weeks after a concussion. Which assessment information will the nurse collect to determine whether a patient is developing postconcussion syndrome? a. Short-term memory b. Muscle coordination c. Glasgow Coma Scale d. Pupil reaction to light
a. short term memory
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Why is the Glasgow Coma Scale used by the nurse while performing an assessment in a traumatized client?
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Categories of the Glasgow Coma Scale
Eye opening Motor response Verbal response
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Glasgow Coma Scale Part 1: Eye opening
Response: Spontaneous (Score 4) Speech (Score 3) Pain (Score 2) No Response (score 1)
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what is the glasgow coma scale
Standardized tool for assessing LOC in brain injury patients; use for anyone you suspect to have a brain injury; Highest score- 15; Lowest-3
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