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final-review 19

neuro23 RLA cog func

I. NO RESPONSE Patient appears to be in a deep sleep and is completely unresponsive to any stimuli.
II. GENERALIZED RESPONSE reacts inconsistently and non-purposefully to stimuli in a nonspecific manner.
II. GENERALIZED RESPONSE Responses are limited and often the same regardless of stimulus presented. Responses may be physiological changes, gross body movements, and/or vocalization.
IV. CONFUSED-AGITATED Patient is in a heightened state of activity. Behavior is bizarre and non-purposeful relative to the immediate environment.
IV. CONFUSED-AGITATED Does not discriminate among persons or objects; is unable to cooperate directly with treatment efforts. Verbalizations frequently are incoherent and/or inappropriate to the environment; confabulation may be present.
IV. CONFUSED-AGITATED Gross attention to environment is very brief; selective attention is often nonexistent. Patient lacks short and long-term recall.
V. CONFUSED-INAPPROPRIATE Patient is able to respond to simple commands fairly consistently. However, with increased complexity of commands or lack of any external structure, responses are non-purposeful, random, or fragmented.
V. CONFUSED-INAPPROPRIATE Demonstrates gross attention to the environment but is highly distractible and lacks the ability to focus attention on a specific task.
V. CONFUSED-INAPPROPRIATE With structure, may be able to converse on a social automatic level for short periods of time.
V. CONFUSED-INAPPROPRIATE Verbalization is often inappropriate and confabulatory. Memory is severely impaired; often shows inappropriate use of objects; may perform previously learned tasks with structure, but is unable to learn new information.
VI. CONFUSED-APPROPRIATE Patient shows goal-directed behavior, but is dependent on external input or direction.
VI. CONFUSED-APPROPRIATE Follows simple directions consistently and shows carryover for relearned tasks such as self-care. Responses may be incorrect due to memory problems, but they are appropriate to the situation.
VI. CONFUSED-APPROPRIATE Past memories show more depth and detail than recent memory.
VII. AUTOMATIC-APPROPRIATE Patient appears appropriate and oriented within the hospital and home settings; goes through daily routine automatically, but frequently robot-like.
VII. AUTOMATIC-APPROPRIATE Patient shows minimal to no confusion and has shallow recall of activities. Shows carryover for new learning, but at a decreased rate. With structure is able to initiate social or recreational activities; judgment remains impaired.
VIII. PURPOSEFUL-APPROPRIATE Patient is able to recall and integrate past and VIII. PURPOSEFUL-APPROPRIATE recent events and is aware of and responsive to environment.
VIII. PURPOSEFUL-APPROPRIATE Shows carryover for new learning and needs no supervision once activities are learned. May continue to show a decreased ability relative to premorbid abilities, abstract reasoning, tolerance for stress, and judgment in emergencies
Created by: micah10