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Observation-example-glasgow

Orders and Observations Work GroupMaturity Level: N/AStandards Status: InformativeCompartments: Device, Encounter, Patient, Practitioner, RelatedPerson

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id: glasgow

status: final

code: Glasgow Coma Scale , (GCS) (Details : {LOINC code '9269-2' = 'Glasgow coma score total', given as 'Glasgow coma score total'})

subject: Peter James Chalmers

effective: Dec 11, 2014 4:44:16 AM

value: 13 {score} (Details: UCUM code {score} = '{score}')

referenceRange

high: 8 {score} (Details: UCUM code {score} = '{score}')

type: Severe TBI (Details )

referenceRange

low: 9 {score} (Details: UCUM code {score} = '{score}')

high: 12 {score} (Details: UCUM code {score} = '{score}')

type: Moderate TBI (Details )

referenceRange

low: 13 {score} (Details: UCUM code {score} = '{score}')

type: Mild TBI (Details )

component

code: GCS Motor (Details : {LOINC code '9268-4' = 'Glasgow coma score motor', given as 'Glasgow coma score motor'})

value: 5 (Localizes painful stimuli) (Details : {http://acme.ec/codes code '5' = '5', given as 'Localizes painful stimuli'}; {LOINC code 'LA6566-9' = 'Localizing pain', given as 'Localizing pain'})

component

code: GSC Verbal (Details : {LOINC code '9270-0' = 'Glasgow coma score verbal', given as 'Glasgow coma score verbal'})

value: 4 (Confused, disoriented) (Details : {http://acme.ec/codes code '4' = '4', given as 'Confused, disoriented'}; {LOINC code 'LA6560-2' = 'Confused', given as 'Confused'})

component

code: Eyes (Details : {LOINC code '9267-6' = 'Glasgow coma score eye opening', given as 'Glasgow coma score eye opening'})

value: 4 (Opens eyes spontaneously) (Details : {http://acme.ec/codes code '4' = '4', given as 'Opens eyes spontaneously'}; {LOINC code 'LA6556-0' = 'Eyes open spontaneously', given as 'Eyes open spontaneously'})


 

 

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