The Blantyre coma scale is a modification of the Glasgow coma scale suitable to use in preverbal children.

1 The GCS uses a triple criteria scoring system: best eye opening (maximum 4 points), best verbal response (maximum 5 points), and best motor response (maximum 6 points).

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Not designed to capture distinct details of the neurologic examination.

3. (9) The Blantyre Coma Scale (Table 1) is used in patient assessments where CM is highly suspected based on: [1] coma with no localizing response to pain that persists for more than 1 hour if the. • Maximum score = 5 • Minimum score.

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Localizes pain 3. Though widely studied and incorporated into many scoring systems, interrater reliability of the GCS has been inconsistent [2–5]. TA OGUNLESI (FWACP) ASSESSMENT OF SENSORIUM • BLANTYRE COMA SCALE/ SCORE • Applicable for children who have not learnt to speak.

This scale can be used repeatedly to assess improvement or deterioration. .

Details of the Adelaide and Blantyre coma scales Adelaide coma scale Blantyre coma scale Motor 5.

The inability to assess verbal score of patients who are intubated and failure to test brainstem reflexes are 2 limitation of the.

class=" fc-smoke">May 7, 2015 · 1. 34 62 The Blantyre coma scale has similar components to the Glasgow coma scale, but measures different responses.

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. Materials and methods: This cross-sectional study was conducted between July 2018 and March 2019 with 92 patients in the general intensive. .

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Past: Background • In 1974 – (Sir) Graham Teasdale (1940 - ) – Bryan Jennett (1926-2008) Neurosurgeons in Glasgow.

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