a trauma client diagnosed with a brain contusion is being evaluated for neurologic deficits.
observation of the client by the nurse reflects transient loss of consciousness with a brief
decrease in heart rate and blood pressure which has since normalized. the client's eyes
open spontaneously, and the client responds verbally, but the words don't make much
sense, and withdraws from painful stimuli. documentation of these findings would indica
a glasgow coma scale (gcs) result of?
Spontaneous eye opening - 4
Incomprehensive words - 3
Withdrawal from painful stimuli - 4
Total GCS = 11
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a trauma client diagnosed with a brain contusion is being evaluated for neurologic...