Feelings don’t go by them, just pause for a sec. consider and pray, then nod and smile.
My situation is unique at the same time I’m no different than anyone else, minus of course for the ones of the opposite color and sex than I. 343 more words
The Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) was first developed by Teasdale and Jennett in 1970 to assess the level of consciousness in patients with head injury. Since then it has been used worldwide in assessment and decision-making in patients with acute neurological conditions at risk of clinical deterioration. 270 more words
Physiological observations (or “obs” ) are recorded from patients in acute settings at various intervals, depending on how closely they need to be monitored for any potential changes. 350 more words
Assessing the level of consciousness on a scale Glasgow coma in 3 clicks.
ATTENTION! This program is a professional medical calculator and intended for use only health care professionals. 181 more words
Interactive 3-tap Visual Calculator for Rapid Assessment of GCS at the Bedside
Calculate your patient’s Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) with just 3 taps, all on one screen. 185 more words