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GCS Levels 1-6

from NBCOT Review & Study Guide, 6th ed. pg 166

Level 1 - Motor Response No motor response
Level 2 - Motor Response Extension to pain - decerebrate response
Level 3 - Motor Response Flexion in response to pain - decorticate response
Level 4 - Motor Response Withdrawn from pain - pulls part of body away when pinched
Level 5 - Motor Response Localizes to pain - purposeful movements towards changing pain stimuli
Level 6 - Motor Response Obeys commands - the person does simple things as asked
Level 1 - Verbal Response No verbal response
Level 2 - Verbal Response Incomprehensible sounds -- moaning but no words
Level 3 - Verbal Response Inappropriate words - random or exclamatory speech, but not in a conversational exchange
Level 4 - Verbal Response Confused - patient responds to questions coherently but there is some disorientation and confusion
Level 5 - Verbal Response Oriented - patient responds coherently and appropriately to questions such as the patient's name, age, where they are, year, etc.
Level 1 - Eye Response No eye opening
Level 2 - Eye Response Eyes opening in response to pain
Level 3 - Eye Response Eyes opening to speech
Level 4 - Eye Response Eyes opening spontaneously
Created by: msmaus
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