Using GRADE for evaluating the quality of evidence in hyperbaric oxygen therapy clarifies evidence limitations.

@article{Murad2014UsingGF,
  title={Using GRADE for evaluating the quality of evidence in hyperbaric oxygen therapy clarifies evidence limitations.},
  author={Mohammad Hassan Murad and Osama Altayar and Michael Bennett and Justin C. Wei and Paul L. Claus and Noor Asi and Larry J. Prokop and Victor M. Montori and Gordon H. Guyatt},
  journal={Journal of clinical epidemiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={67 1},
  pages={
          65-72
        }
}
OBJECTIVES The current evidence rating for hyperbaric oxygen therapy indications uses the American Heart Association system, which mainly depends on the study design. STUDY DESIGN AND SETTING We systematically reviewed the literature and applied the Grading of Evidence, Assessment, Development and Evaluation (GRADE) approach to the main patient-important outcomes in each indication. RESULTS We included 17 systematic reviews that synthesized 44 randomized trials and 131 observational studies… CONTINUE READING
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