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Table 5 CGI-GI and CGI-EI scales at 24w

From: Transplantation of human cord blood mononuclear cells and umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells in autism

   CGI scale Combinationab CBMNCa Control
CGI-GI Not assessed 0(0.00%) 0(0.00%) 1(7.69%)
N (%) Very much improved 3(33.33%) 1(7.14%) 0(0.00%)
Much improved 5(55.56%) 6(42.86%) 1(7.69%)
Minimally improved 1(11.11%) 2(14.29%) 11(84.62%)
No change 0(0.00%) 5(35.71%) 1(7.69%)
Minimally worse 0(0.00%) 0(0.00%) 0(0.00%)
Much worse 0(0.00%) 0(0.00%) 0(0.00%)
Very much worse 0(0.00%) 0(0.00%) 0(0.00%)
CGI-EI Unchanged or worse 0(0.00%) 5(35.71%) 1(7.69%)
N (%) Minimal 1(11.11%) 2(14.29%) 11(84.62%)
Moderate 6(66.67%) 7(50.00%) 1(7.69%)
Marked 2(22.22%) 0(0.00%) 0(0.00%)
  Total(missed) 9(0) 14(0) 13(1)
  1. Note: aThe percent of “Very much improved” and “Much improved” in the CGI-GI scale and the percent of “Marked” and “Moderate” effects in the CGI-EI scale were significantly higher in the Combination and CBMNC groups when compared with the Control group at 24w (p < 0.05). bThe percent of “Very much improved” and “Much improved” in the CGI-GI scale and the percent of “Marked” and “Moderate” effects in the CGI-EI scale were significantly higher in the Combination group when compared with the CBMNC group at 24w (p < 0.05).