Simple screening statistical tools to detect reporting bias: when should we ask for raw data?

Abstract

data raise the question of whether clinicians should trust the results published, and how evidence-based results should be translated into clinical practice [1-3]. As editors, reviewers or readers, it is our responsibility to appraise the data published or proposed for publication, before translating the results into clinical practice. Simple screening… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/cc12611

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