Diagnostics / Glasgow coma scale

Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS)

GCS for adults GCS for children GCS for infants

Glasgow Coma Scale for Adults

    Eye response (E)
  • ► Eyes open spontaneously — 4 points
  • ► Eye opening to verbal command — 3 points
  • ► Eye opening to pain — 2 points
  • ► No eye opening — 1 point
    Verbal response (V)
  • ► Oriented — 5 points
  • ► Confused — 4 points
  • ► Inappropriate words — 3 points
  • ► No verbal response — 2 points
  • ► Incomprehensible sounds — 1 point
    Motor response (M)
  • ► Obeys commands — 6 points
  • ► Localizes pain — 5 points
  • ► Withdrawal from pain — 4 points
  • ► Flexion to pain — 3 points
  • ► Extension to pain — 2 points
  • ► No motor response — 1 point

Glasgow Coma Scale for Children (1+ years)

    Eye response (E)
  • ► Eyes open spontaneously — 4 points
  • ► Eye opening to verbal command — 3 points
  • ► Eye opening to pain — 2 points
  • ► No eye opening — 1 point
    Verbal response (V)
  • ► Oriented — 5 points
  • ► Confused — 4 points
  • ► Inappropriate words — 3 points
  • ► Incomprehensible — 2 points
  • ► No response — 1 point
    Motor response (M)
  • ► Obeys command — 6 points
  • ► Localizes pain — 5 points
  • ► Withdrawal from pain — 4 points
  • ► Flexion to pain — 3 points
  • ► Extension to pain — 2 points
  • ► No motor response — 1 point

Glasgow Coma Scale for Infants (0 - 12 months)

    Eye response (E)
  • ► Eyes open spontaneously — 4 points
  • ► Eye opening to speech — 3 points
  • ► Eye opening to pain — 2 points
  • ► No eye opening — 1 point
    Verbal response (V)
  • ► Coos, babbles — 5 points
  • ► Irritable, cries — 4 points
  • ► Cries to pain — 3 points
  • ► Moans, grunts — 2 points
  • ► No response — 1 point
    Motor response (M)
  • ► Spontaneous — 6 points
  • ► Localizes pain — 5 points
  • ► Withdrawal from pain — 4 points
  • ► Flexion to pain — 3 points
  • ► Extension to pain — 2 points
  • ► No motor response — 1 point

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