Items tagged “cerebrovascular accident”
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Canadian Neurological Scale
The Canadian Neurological Scale is a validated tool to evaluate stroke severity 1,2 designed to be performed on patients who are alert or drowsy. Patients who are stuporous or comatose are evaluated with the Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) instead. Classification Section A is completed first. In the ...
Mathew stroke scale
The Mathew stroke scale is used to measure the degree of impairment from stroke 1. It was originally developed to evaluate the neurological status of patients treated with glycerol in acute stroke. Classification level of consciousness: comatose (0), stuporous (2), obtunded (4), lethargic but...
Scandinavian Stroke Scale
The Scandinavian Stroke Scale was designed for ease of use by non-neurologists1. It is simpler than the NIHSS and has comparable performance in predicting death or dependence after stroke 2. The degree of neurological impairment measured by the Scandinavian Stroke Scale has been shown to correla...
Orgogozo stroke scale
The Orgogozo stroke scale was designed to assess middle cerebral artery stroke1-3. Classification consciousness: 0 (coma), 5 (stupor), 10 (drowsiness), 15 (normal) verbal communication: 0 (impossible), 5 (difficult), 10 (normal) eyes and head shift: 0 (forced), 5 (gaze failure), 10 (none) ...