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Re: Bimal Bhindi, E. Jason Abel, Laurence Albiges, et al. Systematic Review of the Role of Cytoreductive Nephrectomy in the Targeted Therapy Era and Beyond: An Individualized Approach to Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma. Eur Urol 2019;75:111-28: Cytoreductive Nephrectomy in the Targeted Therapy Era: This is Not the End.
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Systematic review has generally been accepted as an effective, more complete, repeatable, and less biased type literature review that can successfully lead to evidence-based conclusions. This study attempts to develop a framework for systematic review with guidelines on how to conduct an effective systematic review for agricultural research. Systematic reviews require more time and effort but they can be used to conduct a comprehensive literature review, identifying potentially eligible articles on primary ...
There has been an increase in the use of systematic review as a research methodology to compile and analyze large datasets of existing studies. With this increase, the recommendations to conduct this type of research also increased. The aim of this article is to provide a guide for understanding and/or undertaking a systematic review for publication across all stages of the review process. When doing a systematic review of the literature the authors become knowledgeable of the subject and, although time-con...
Septic arthritis and osteomyelitis are rare in children, but they are difficult to treat and are associated with a high rate of sequelae. This paper addresses the main clinical issues related to septic arthritis and osteomyelitis by means of a systematic review of systematic reviews.
To determine which systematic review characteristics are needed to estimate the risk of conclusion change in systematic review updates.
A systematic review.
This study was a systematic review.
This systematic review focuses on 5 key elements that may improve the decision-making process in spondylodiscitis: the infective agent, segmental instability, abscess development, neurological compromise and focus of infection.
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a prevalent and debilitating condition for patients who experience this disorder. Clinical researches indicate that vitamin D (VD) can help relief the symptoms of IBS. However, no systematic review has addressed this issue yet. Thus, this systematic review aims to investigate the effectiveness and safety of VD for patients with IBS.
A systematic review aims to answer a focussed research question through a structured review of the evidence, using a predefined methodology, which often includes a meta-analysis. A meta-analysis is a statistical method used to combine the effect estimates from the individual studies included in a systematic review. Systematic reviews and meta-analyses are positioned at the highest level in the hierarchy of clinical evidence. The Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) sta...
PROSPERO is an international database of systematic review protocols produced by the University of York's Center for Research and Dissemination and funded by the National Institute for Health Research. It contains protocols of systematic reviews on health and social care, welfare, public health, education, crime, justice, and health-related international development. PROSPERO compiles a comprehensive listing of systematic review protocols in an attempt to avoid duplication of effort, reduce reporting bias, ...
Selection of optimal outcome measures is a critical step in a systematic review; inclusion of uncommon or non-validated outcome measures can impact the uptake of systematic review findings. Our goals were to identify the validity and reliability of outcome measures used in primary studies to assess cognition, function, behaviour and global status; and, to use these data to select outcomes for a systematic review (SR) on treatment efficacy of cognitive enhancers for Alzheimer's Dementia (AD).
to verify the applications of AAT in health by performing a systematic review of the literature.
This was a systematic review and meta-analysis.
The present systematic review investigates the biological and chemical mechanisms that affect the health and structure of tendons following the use of fluoroquinolones (FQs).
Systematic reviews provide a synthesis of evidence for a specific topic of interest, summarising the results of multiple studies to aid in clinical decisions and resource allocation. They remain among the best forms of evidence, and reduce the bias inherent in other methods. A solid understanding of the systematic review process can be of benefit to nurses that carry out such reviews, and for those who make decisions based on them. An overview of the main steps involved in carrying out a systematic review i...
The objective of this systematic review is to synthesize and present the best available evidence on community perceptions and practices relating to trachoma in Africa.
An important part of the systematic review methodology is appraisal of the risk of bias in included studies. Cochrane systematic reviews are considered golden standard regarding systematic review methodology, but Cochrane's instructions for assessing risk of attrition bias are vague, which may lead to inconsistencies in authors' assessments. The aim of this study was to analyze consistency of judgments and support for judgments of attrition bias in Cochrane reviews of interventions published in the Cochrane...
Wide-necked aneurysms (WNAs) are a variably defined subset of cerebral aneurysms that require more advanced endovascular and microsurgical techniques than those required for narrow-necked aneurysms. The neurosurgical literature includes many definitions of WNAs, and a systematic review has not been performed to identify the most commonly used or optimal definition. The purpose of this systematic review was to highlight the most commonly used definition of WNAs.
Decision analysis is a tool that allows clinicians to apply evidence-based medicine to guide objective decisions when faced with uncertain scenarios. Decision analysis in hand surgery has been explored through several studies, but there exists no comprehensive review summarizing the various decision analysis tools utilized. This systematic review aims to appraise and review the different decision analytic models used in hand surgery.
This study is a systematic literature review and meta-analysis.
This systematic review aimed to elucidate the relationship between polydipsia and antipsychotics.