GEHS

AcronymDefinition
GEHSGardner Edgerton High School (Kansas)
GEHSGreenbrier East High School (West Virginia)
GEHSGlenbard East High School (Lombard, Il)
GEHSGlen Ellyn Historical Society (Glen Ellyn, IL)
GEHSGas Efficiency Heating Systems (UK)
GEHSGeneral Environmental Health Services (Indiana)
GEHSGettysburg Equestrian Historical Society (Gettysburg, PA)
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The GEHS neurophysiological classification system for patients with neuropathy of the ulnar nerve at the elbow is presently being used by clinical electrophysiologists and has been cited in various research reports.
This article describes application of the GEHS neurophysiological classification system for patients with neuropathy of the ulnar nerve at the elbow in 2 case studies of patients with electrophysiological evidence of the disorder.
Based on the above ease study 1 results, the GEHS neurophysiological classification system category was severe mononeuropathy of the left ulnar nerve at the elbow.
Based on the above case study 2 results, the GEHS neurophysiological classification system category was severe mononeuropathy of the right ulnar nerve at the elbow.
Although the GEHS classification scheme provides a framework for reporting and categorizing neuropathy of the ulnar nerve at the elbow based on neurophysiology findings, further research regarding the predictive and prognostic value of the classification schemes is needed.
The purpose of developing and implementing the new GEHS neurophysiological classification system for patients with CTS is to provide health care providers an enhanced system of electrophysiological evaluation and grading scale so that they may evaluate and treat their patients with CTS with the most complete electrophysiological data that includes both NCS and EMG testing.
Based on the case study 1 results, the GEHS neurophysiological classification system category was a mild (sensory and motor fiber involvement) bilateral (left and right median nerves) CTS with prolonged palmar and D2 distal sensory latencies (DSLs) and a prolonged distal motor latency (DML) to APB of less than 5.
Based on the case study 2 results, the GEHS neurophysiological classification system was a severe (sensory and motor fiber involvement), bilateral (right more than left median nerves) CTS with absent palmar and D2 DSLs on the right; prolonged palmar and D2 DSLs on the left; and prolonged DMLs to the right APB (8.
Although the Bland and GEHS classification schemes provide a framework for reporting and categorizing carpal tunnel syndrome based on neurophysiologic findings, further research regarding the predictive and prognostic value of the classification schemes is needed.
The GEHS neurophysiological classification system includes findings for both the NCS and EMG components of the electrophysiological examination in its grading scale.
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