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CGI

Clinical Scales

The CGI is a 3-item observer-rated scale commonly used to measure symptom severity, global improvement, and therapeutic response. Each component of the CGI is rated separately; it does not yield a global score. Item 1 and 2 are rated on a 7-point scale; item 3 is rated from 0 to 4 (when rating item 3, therapeutic efficacy and treatment-related adverse events should take into account).

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CGI

Clinical Scales
1 / 4

Severity of Illness

Considering your total clinical experience with this particular population, how mentally ill is the patient at this time?

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Clinical Scales
2 / 4

Global Improvement

Rate total improvement whether in your judgment it is due entirely to drug treatment. Compared to his condition at admission to the project, how much has he changed?

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Clinical Scales
3 / 4

Efficacy Index

Therapeutic effect of the treatment

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Clinical Scales
4 / 4

Efficacy Index

Side effects of the treatment

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CGI

Clinical Scales

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