Outcome was measured by using the Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOS) and Modified Rankin Scale (MRS).
Glasgow Outcome Scale Results After 3 Months (N = 90) Score Description Number Percentage 1 Death 14 15.
html#GCS Table 6: Glasgow Outcome Scale * Points Definition 5 Excellent = no neurological deficit; patient able to return to previous lifestyle 4 Good = mild deficit; patient able to return to pre-morbid work or lifestyle 3 Fair = neurological deficit; patient unable to return to previous work or lifestyle but able to live at home with minimal or no assistance 2 Poor = significant deficit; patient requiring full-time nursing care in an institution or at home 1 Dead * Ogilvy & Carter, 1998.
Cognitive sequelae of severe head injury in relation to the Glasgow Outcome Scale.
This article describes the functional outcome of survivors at 3 months after an aneurysmal SAH using the Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale
(GOSE) (Wilson, Pettigrew, & Teasdale, 1998) and the Functional Status Examination (FSE) (Dikmen, Machamer, Miller, Doctor, & Temkin, 2001).
Outcome was measured at 6 months using the Glasgow Outcome Scale
The percentage of patients achieving Good Neurological Outcome, the highest score on the five level Glasgow Outcome Scale
used to assess the recovery of head trauma patients, was higher in the drug-treated group at each measurement.
1987) Glasgow Outcome Scale
Jennett and Bond (1975) Disability Rating Rappaport (1982) Scale Revised (1988) Freeman Questionnaire Freeman (1987) Western Neuro Sensory Ansell & Keenan (1989) Stimulation Profile (WNSSP) Sensory Stimulation Rader & Ellis (1989) Assessment Measure (SSAM) Name Concept measured Glasgow Coma Scale Coma Level of Cognitive Behavior Functioning Scale Coma Near Coma Scale Coma Glasgow Outcome Scale
Outcome Disability Rating Disability Scale Revised (1988) Freeman Questionnaire Sensory and motor function Western Neuro Sensory Sensory and motor function Stimulation Profile (WNSSP) Sensory Stimulation Sensory and motor function Assessment Measure (SSAM)