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Many treatment centers continue to use the original 14-point version instead of the authors’ subsequent modification,76 which allows a maximum total of 15 points. The opposite ends of the scale represent the best and worst neurological status and are relatively obvious. , 8/9), however, are subject to varying degrees of professional judgment. Further difficulties in comparability of the GCS measured at different medical locations stem from incomplete or improper assessments and different timing.