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Traumatic Brain Injury
Glasgow Coma Scale test score condition Eye Opening 4 the patient can open his eyes spontaneously 3 the patient can open his eyes on verbal command 2 the patient opens his eyes only in response to painful stimuli 1 the patient does not open his eyes in response to any stimulus Best Verbal Response 5 the patient is oriented and can speak coherently 4 the patient is disoriented but can speak coherently 3 the patient uses inappropriate words or incoherent language 2 the patient makes incomprehensible sounds 1 the patient gives no verbal response at all Best Motor Response 6 the patient can move his arms and legs in response to verbal commands 2-5 the patient shows movement in response to a variety of stimuli, including pain 1 the patient shows no movement in response to stimuli Total score scale 13-15 mild head injury 9-12 moderate head injury 3-8 severe head injury The results of the three tests are added up to determine the patient's overall condition Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. www.ninds.nih.gov