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ARVIND M.Sc. NURSING RAKCON

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ARVINDM.Sc. NURSINGRAKCON

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OBJECTIVE TODAY CLASS……..

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NERVOUS SYSTEM…

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PARTS OF NERVOUS SYSTEM

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FIVE PARTCranial nerveReflex testingMotor system Sensory systemMental status

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Cranial nerve

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COND….

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REFLEX TESTING Scale 0 - 4+ 0 = absent, 1+ = diminished 2+ = average 3+ = brisk 4+ = hyperactive, clonus.

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REFLEX TESTING

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Muscle strength

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Motor system 4+; Hyperactive; Often pathologic; may be

associated with disease of the cerebral cortex, brain stem, and spinal cord.

3+; Brisker than normal; Not necessarily pathologic.

2+; Normal 1+; Diminished May be normal 0; Absent Pathologic; associated with both

upper and lower motor neuron disease or injury.

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Coordination and Balance Tests

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 SENSORY SYSTEM ASSESSMENT

tactile sensationsuperficial painVibrationposition sense

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INTELLECTREMOTE MEMORYRECENT MEMORYJUDGMENTPERCEPTIONORIENTATION

MENTAL STATS EXAMINATION

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GLASGOW COMA SCALE

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