The Glasgow-Liège Scale


In 1982, we developed a new coma scale, the Glasgow-Liege Scale (GLS), which combines the Glasgow coma scale (GCS) with the quantified analysis of five brain stem reflexes. After severe head injury, the two most important parameters for determining the degree of encephalic disturbances are motor responses (M) and brain stem reflexes (R). The object of this… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01400520


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