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Glascow Coma Scale



Infants & Toddlers

Children's & Adolescents

Eye Opening

Spontaneous4

Eye Opening

Spontaneous4
To Voice3To Voice3
To Pain2To Pain2
None1None1

Best Verbal Response

Smiles, Interacts5

Best Verbal Response

Oriented5
Consolable4Confused4
Cries to Pain3Inappropriate Words3
Moans to Pain2Incomprehensible Words2
None1None1
Best Motor ResponseNormal spontaneous movement6Best Motor ResponseObeys Commands6
Localizes Pain5Localizes Pain5
Withdraws to Pain4Withdraws (Pain)4
Abnormal Flexion3Flexion (Pain)3
Abnormal Extension2Extension (Pain)2
None1None1

Pediatric Vital Signs (Pediatric is < age 15, adolescent is age15-18)



Age in Years Weight in Kg Respiratory Rate Heart Rate Systolic Blood Press.

Newborn

3-5

30-60

100-160

60-80

6 mos.

7

25-40

90-120

80-110

1 yr.

10

20-30

90-120

80-110

18 mos.

12

20-30

80-120

80-110

3 yrs.

15

20-30

80-120

80-110

5 yrs.

20

18-24

70-110

80-110

6 yrs.

20

18-24

80-100

80-110

8 yrs.

25

18-24

70-110

80-110

10 yrs.

30

16-20

70-110

80-110

12 yrs.

40

16-20

60-110

90-120

14 yrs.

50

16-20

60-105

90-120

16 yrs.

60

16-20

60-80

80-120

18 yrs.

70

16-20

60-80

80-120


This information is provided by the Office of Emergency Medical Services within the Department of Public Health.