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Geriatric Functional Rating Scale (GFRS) Grauer H Birnbom F. A   The Geriatric Functional Rating Scale (GFRS) can be used to evaluate the functional capacity of an elderly patient. This can help identify those patients who are able to function alone or with some assistance from those WHO require institutionalization. T   J Am Geriatrics Soc.   0.203  
Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS); clinimetric properties Teasdale G, Jennett B.   Staff-completed scale for assessing depth and duration of impaired consciousness and coma recorded on a staff-completed chart. Three aspects of behaviour are recorded - motor responses, verbal responses and eye opening; each charted on a 5-point scale in   The Lancet   0.078  
Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS); clinimetric properties Juarez VJ Hellawell DJ, Signorini DF, Pentland B, Gill MR, Reiley DG, Green SM. Pettigrew LE, Wilson JT, Teasdale GM. Rowley G, Fielding K. Anderson SI, Housley AM, Jones PA, Slattery J, Miller JD. Glasgow Menegazzi JJ, Davis EA, Sucov AN, Paris PM. Edwar   Staff-completed scale for assessing depth and duration of impaired consciousness and coma recorded on a staff-completed chart. Three aspects of behaviour are recorded - motor responses, verbal responses and eye opening; each charted on a 5-point scale in   Lancet   0.09  
Glasgow Outcome Scale Bradley WG Daroff RB Contant CF Jr Narayan RK. Joynt RJ. Swach M Oxbury J.   Staff-completed measure of disability. Original scale proposes 4 outcome categories: vegetative state, severe disability, moderate disability and good recovery. Modified scale adds a 'better', 'worse' subdivision of disability and recovery categories. Dis   Clinical Neurology   0.105  
Glasgow-Liege Scores Contant CF Jr Narayan RK.   The Glasgow-Liege Scores combines the status of the brain stem reflexes and the Glasgow Coma Scale. From this score it is possible to estimate the probability of a comatose patient's outcome   Youmans JR. Neurological Surgery Fourth Edition.   0.072  
Grading Injury Severity Based on Functional Impairment Scott WA.   The severity of an injury can be graded based on how it impacts the athlete's performance and activities. This impacts the amount of time it takes for the person to recover   ACSM's Essentials of Sports Medicine.   0.075  
Grading of Ankle Sprains (Kumbhare and Basmajian) Kumbhare DA Basmajian JV.   Kumbhare and Basmajian included a scale for grading the severity of an ankle sprain based on the physical examination. This can be used to evaluate the patient initially and to monitor healing and the response to interventions   Decision Making and Outcomes in Sports Rehabilitation.   0.21  
Grading the Severity of Chronic Pain (von Korff) Smith BH Penny KI Von Korff M Ormel J Deyo RA   The severity of chronic pain can be graded based on its characteristics and its impact on a person's activities   Pain   0.108  
Groningen Activity Restriction Scale Suurmeijer TBPM Doeglas DM   Staff / Patient-completed scale for assessing disability in older people. 18 items administered in a face to face interview using a mandatory card with response options, or mailed questionnaire. Each item differentiates between personal disability and sit   Am J Public Health.   0.067  
Gross Motor Function Classification System of Palisano Palisano RJ Rosenbaum PL Walter SD   Gross Motor Function Classification System of Palisano for Assessing Mobility in a Child 6 to 12 Year of Age With Cerebral Palsy. Palisano et al used a classification system for gross motor function to describe mobility in children with cerebral palsy   JAMA   0.058  
Guttman scale for the assessment of mobility in MS De Souza LH.   De Souza developed a Guttman-type scale for evaluation of mobility disability in patients with multiple sclerosis. The scale was developed in terms of biomechanics and the neural control of movement. The author is from Brunel University in England.   Clinical Rehabilitation   0.067  
Guy's Hospital Prognostic Score; Allen's Prognostic Score for Stroke Allen ,Sandercock   Staff-completed disease-specific measurement for prognosis of acute stroke. Assigns predetermined scores to factors of age and presenting clinical features found to predict functional dependence, in order to make a prediction of outcome. The final score i   unkown   0.12  
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