Validity of a pediatric version of the Glasgow Outcome Scale-Extended.

@article{Beers2012ValidityOA,
  title={Validity of a pediatric version of the Glasgow Outcome Scale-Extended.},
  author={Sue R. Beers and Stephen R. Wisniewski and Pamela Garcia-Filion and Ye Tian and Thomas Hahner and Rachel P. Berger and Michael J. Bell and P. David Adelson},
  journal={Journal of neurotrauma},
  year={2012},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={1126-39}
}
The Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOS) and its most recent revision, the GOS-Extended (GOS-E), provide the gold standard for measuring traumatic brain injury (TBI) outcome. The GOS-E exhibits validity when used with adults and some adolescents, but validity with younger children is not established. Because the GOS-E lacks the developmental specificity necessary to evaluate children, toddlers, and infants, we modified the original version to create the GOS-E Pediatric Revision (GOS-E Peds), a… CONTINUE READING
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