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Coma - Wikipedia

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Coma is a state of unconsciousness in which a person cannot be awakened; fails to respond .... The first priority in treatment of a comatose patient is stabilization following ... In the initial ass...

Understanding Stages of Coma - Rainbow Rehabilitation Centers

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Often lumped under the label of “Coma” are three stages of disordered consciousness. Disorders .... A fully conscious patient has a Glasgow Coma Score of 15.

Definitions and Assessment of Coma - Louis Calder Memorial Library

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The person in coma may have a simple reflex in response to touch or pain, but ... Level IV - Confused-Agitated, i.e. patient is in a heightened state of activity with ...

The Levels of Coma - Waiting.com

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Coma levels are commonly assessed by two different scales; the Glasgow Coma ... The Rancho Los Amigos Scale is most helpful in assessing the patient in the ...

What Is the Glasgow Coma Scale? - BrainLine.org

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This standard scale measures levels of consciousness in a person following a brain injury. ... I helped them because they rarely had a patient not in a coma.

brain injury .com | Coma: Some Facts

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In patients with a Glasgow Coma Scale of 8 to 10, 27% will die or remain in a ... hypoxia describes someone who had available oxygen but at reduced levels for  ...

The Levels of Coma - Health Guidance

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It is also possible to induce a coma which can be used to slow the progress of illnesses and conditions, and to prevent suffering while the patient is treated.

RIC LIFE Center: Brain Injury: Severity Levels and the Recovery ...

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Brain Injury: Severity Levels and the Recovery Process. Reviewed July 2015 ... Although not considered to be in a coma, the patients remain totally unaware.

TBI: Glasgow Coma Scale

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The Glasgow Coma Scale is based on a 15 point scale for estimating and ... This number helps medical practioners categorize the four possible levels for ...