[Systematic reviews in practice. IX. Determining their place in treatment recommendations in practice guidelines].

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In a systematic review (SR), the available evidence for a clinical problem is systematically and comprehensively collected from different studies, the likelihood of bias is assessed and the results are summarised in a reproducible manner. The results of an SR can be used in either individual patient care or the formulation of a practice guideline… (More)

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