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Isaac, L. (2016). The Glasgow Outcome Scale. The Center for Outcome Measurement in Brain Injury. http://www.tbims.org/
combi/gos ( accessed ).*

*Note: This citation is for the COMBI web material. Dr. Isaac is not the scale author for the GOS.

 

 

 

 

GOS References

Anderson, S. I., Housley A. M., et al. (1993). "Glasgow Outcome Scale: an inter-rater reliability study." Brain Inj 7(4): 309-17.
More information is available from PubMed at this link, PMID:
8358404

Bond, M. R., Jennett W. B., et al. (1979). "The nature of physical, mental and social deficits contributing to the categories of good recovery, moderate and severe disability in the Glasgow Global Outcome Scale." Acta Neurochir Suppl 28(1): 126-7.
More information is available from PubMed at this link, PMID:
158286

Brooks, D. N., Hosie J., et al. (1986). "Cognitive sequelae of severe head injury in relation to the Glasgow Outcome Scale." J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 49(5): 549-53.
More information is available from PubMed at this link, PMID:
3711917

Clifton, G. L., Kreutzer J. S., et al. (1993). "Relationship between Glasgow Outcome Scale and neuropsychological measures after brain injury." Neurosurgery 33(1): 34-8; discussion 38-9.
More information is available from PubMed at this link, PMID:
8355845

Hall, K., Cope D. N., et al. (1985). "Glasgow Outcome Scale and Disability Rating Scale: comparative usefulness in following recovery in traumatic head injury." Arch Phys Med Rehabil 66(1): 35-7.
More information is available from PubMed at this link, PMID:
3966866

Hellawell, D. J. and Signorini D. F. (1997). "The Edinburgh Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale (EEGOS): rationale and pilot studies." Int J Rehabil Res 20(4): 345-54.
More information is available from PubMed at this link, PMID:
9459101

Jennett B, Bond M. (1975). "Assessment of outcome after severe brain damage: A practical scale." Lancet 1:480-484.
More information is available from PubMed at this link, PMID:
46957

Jennett, B., Snoek J., et al. (1981). "Disability after severe head injury: observations on the use of the Glasgow Outcome Scale." J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 44(4): 285-93.
More information is available from PubMed at this link, PMID:
6453957

Koelfen, W., Freund M., et al. (1997). "Long-term follow up of children with head injuries-classified as "good recovery" using the Glasgow Outcome Scale: neurological, neuropsychological and magnetic resonance imaging results." Eur J Pediatr 156(3): 230-5.
More information is available from PubMed at this link, PMID:
9083767

Leon-Carrion, J., Alarcon J.C., et al. (1998). "Executive functioning as outcome in patients after traumatic brain injury [In Process Citation]." Int J Neurosci 94(1-2): 75-83.
More information is available from PubMed at this link, PMID:
9622801

Satz, P., Zaucha K., et al. (1998). "Neuropsychological, psychological and vocational correlates of the Glasgow Outcome Scale at 6 months post injury: a study of moderate to severe traumatic brain injury patients" Brain Injury 12(7): 555-567.
More information is available from PubMed at this link, PMID:
9653519

Wilson J.T.L., Pettigrew L.E.L., Teasdale G.M. (1998). Structured interviews for the Glasgow Outcome Scale and the Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale: Guidelines for their use. Journal of Neurotrauma 15(8): 573-585.
More information is available from PubMed at this link, PMID:
9726257

 

 
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