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Management & Evidence: A person who suffered a TBI exhibits eye opening to pain, no motor response, and no verbal response. What is their Glascow Coma Scale?

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Answered Aug 27, 2018

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Answer: C. A patient who exhibits . . . Eye opening to pain = 2 points on the coma scale. No motor response = 1 point No verbal response = 1 point Total = 4 points A score of 8 or less is indicative of a severe brain injury. Neurological Rehabilitation 5th edition. Umphred, 2007. pg. 536
 

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