PGWBI

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PGWBIPsychological General Well-Being Index
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The Psychological General Well-Being Index (PGWBI) was developed for the evaluation of perceived well-being and distress.
(A) Psychological General Well-Being Index. The Psychological General Well-Being Index (PGWBI) is a 22-item health-related quality of life (HRQoL) questionnaire that gives a self-perceived evaluation of psychological well-being expressed by a summary score.
There were also dose dependent increases in scores on the Psychological General Well-Being Index. The transdermal patches were generally well tolerated and scores on measure for hirsutism and acne did not change significantly during treatment.
When researchers used internationally recognized questionnaires like the Psychological General Well-Being Index, Vitasana had no greater effect on volunteers' quality of life than a placebo.[12-14]
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