The Glasgow Coma Scale is a scale used to assess the degree of brain impairment from an accident. It is used to identify the seriousness of an injury directly after an accident, as well as used later to test for progress in recovery. The scale uses a rating system from 3 (most severe) to 15 (least severe).
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