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The Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS), mentioned by Arthur's doctor, is used to assess and record the level of consciousness of a patient after head injury. Three aspects are noted - the responses of a patient's eyes, his/ her verbal responses and motor responses. A score is generated which ranges from a low of 3 (deep unconsciousness) to 14 (or 15, depending upon which version of the scale is used). The GCS score can be used to give an indication of the level of brain injury (severe <9, moderate 9-12, minor >12).
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Visa d'exploitation en France #111220.
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Although the story takes place in Cherbourg, Manche, France, the outdoor hospital scenes were filmed in location in Granville, Manche, France, a hundred kilometers from Cherbourg.
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