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Clinical global impressions scale - cgi

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Clinical global impressions scale - cgi - a standardized survey developed by w. Guy in 1976 which is used to evaluate the efficacy of a therapeutic intervention. This instrument consists of 3 sections pertaining to the severity of the patient's illness, their level of improvement and a comparison of the therapeutic effect versus the side effects. The questionnaire is completed by a clinician familiar with the patient's medical history.

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