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  1. Previous meta-analyses have found several advantages of icodextrin compared with glucose in the application of peritoneal dialysis (PD), such as an improvement of peritoneal ultrafiltration during the long dwe...

    Authors: Monika Becker, Stefanie Bühn, Jessica Breuing, Catherine A. Firanek, Simone Hess, Hisanori Nariai, Mark R. Marshall, James A. Sloand, Qiang Yao, Käthe Goossen and Dawid Pieper
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:35
  2. Physical resilience is the ability to optimize or recover motor function in the face of disease, injury, or aging-related decline. Greater knowledge of how some individuals regain or maintain function despite ...

    Authors: Sue Peters, Theodore D. Cosco, Dawn C. Mackey, Gurkaran S. Sarohia, Jeffrey Leong and Andrew Wister
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:34
  3. Pain in children and adolescents with cancer has been identified as an area where many healthcare professionals seek guidance. This protocol details a systematic review whose aim is to explore current knowledg...

    Authors: Erik A. H. Loeffen, Jennifer N. Stinson, Kathryn A. Birnie, Monique van Dijk, Ketan Kulkarni, Mienke Rijsdijk, Anna Font-Gonzalez, L. Lee Dupuis, Elvira C. van Dalen, Renée L. Mulder, Fiona Campbell, Wim J. E. Tissing, Marianne D. van de Wetering and Faith Gibson
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:33
  4. Emergence coughing and bucking, secondary to endotracheal tube stimulation of the tracheal mucosa, frequently occurs after the general anesthetic recedes. Besides general unpleasantness, coughing has important...

    Authors: Alan Tung, Nicholas A. Fergusson, Nicole Ng, Vivien Hu, Colin Dormuth and Donald G. E. Griesdale
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:32
  5. Following publication of the original article [1], the authors reported an error in Table 1 as the wrong table was used.

    Authors: Jessica Breuing, Dawid Pieper, Annika Lena Neuhaus, Simone Heß, Lena Lütkemeier, Fabiola Haas, Mark Spiller and Christine Graf
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:31

    The original article was published in Systematic Reviews 2018 7:245

  6. Uveitis describes a group of inflammatory conditions affecting the eye. The ability to monitor inflammatory changes in anterior uveitis is crucial in clinical practice for making treatment decisions and in cli...

    Authors: Xiaoxuan Liu, Ameenat L. Solebo, Pearse A. Keane, David J. Moore and Alastair K. Denniston
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:30
  7. Overviews of reviews of healthcare interventions (overviews) integrate information from multiple systematic reviews (SRs) to provide a single synthesis of relevant evidence for decision-making. Overviews may i...

    Authors: Michelle Pollock, Ricardo M. Fernandes, Amanda S. Newton, Shannon D. Scott and Lisa Hartling
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:29
  8. Tobacco smoking is the leading cause of cancer, preventable death, and disability. Smoking cessation can increase life expectancy by nearly a decade if achieved in the third or fourth decades of life. Various ...

    Authors: Mona Hersi, Gregory Traversy, Brett D. Thombs, Andrew Beck, Becky Skidmore, Stéphane Groulx, Eddy Lang, Donna L. Reynolds, Brenda Wilson, Steven L. Bernstein, Peter Selby, Stephanie Johnson-Obaseki, Douglas Manuel, Smita Pakhale, Justin Presseau, Susan Courage…
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:28
  9. In 2018, the World Health Organization reported that depression is the most common cause of disability worldwide, with over 300 million people currently living with depression. Depression affects an individual...

    Authors: Candyce Hamel, Eddy Lang, Kate Morissette, Andrew Beck, Adrienne Stevens, Becky Skidmore, Heather Colquhoun, John LeBlanc, Ainsley Moore, John J. Riva, Brett D. Thombs, Ian Colman, Sophie Grigoriadis, Stuart Gordon Nicholls, Beth K. Potter, Kerri Ritchie…
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:27
  10. Socialization is an important part of the healthy aging process, but natural changes in the lifestyle and health of older people increased risk of loneliness. However, loneliness is not well defined and might ...

    Authors: Razieh Bandari, Hamid Reza Khankeh, Farahnaz Mohammadi Shahboulaghi, Abbas Ebadi, Abbas Ali Keshtkar and Ali Montazeri
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:26
  11. Graphic health warnings on tobacco packaging and the plain packaging of tobacco products are key tobacco control interventions. This systematic review investigates the perceptions of adolescents towards these ...

    Authors: Aaron Drovandi, Peta-Ann Teague, Beverley Glass and Bunmi Malau-Aduli
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:25
  12. Opioids are commonly used for the management of postoperative pain, but their use is limited by important adverse events, such as respiratory depression and the potential for addiction. Multimodal opioid-spari...

    Authors: Michael Verret, François Lauzier, Ryan Zarychanski, Xavier Savard, Marie-Joëlle Cossi, Anne-Marie Pinard, Guillaume Leblanc and Alexis F. Turgeon
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:24
  13. Here, we outline a method of applying existing machine learning (ML) approaches to aid citation screening in an on-going broad and shallow systematic review of preclinical animal studies. The aim is to achieve...

    Authors: Alexandra Bannach-Brown, Piotr Przybyła, James Thomas, Andrew S. C. Rice, Sophia Ananiadou, Jing Liao and Malcolm Robert Macleod
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:23
  14. Systematic reviews of research evidence have become an expected basis for decisions about practice guidelines and policy decisions in the health and welfare sectors. Review authors define inclusion criteria to...

    Authors: Heather Munthe-Kaas, Heid Nøkleby and Lien Nguyen
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:22
  15. Epilepsy is a neurological condition that is highly prevalent among children and adolescents with 80% of the victims living in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC). Epilepsy is associated with high levels o...

    Authors: Joseph Kirabira, Jimmy Ben Forry, Alison Annet Kinengyere, Wilson Adriko, Abdallah Amir, Godfrey Z. Rukundo and Dickens Akena
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:21
  16. Patient-reported outcomes and experience measures (jointly referred to here as PROs) are internationally recognized as a means for patients to provide information about their quality of life, symptoms, and exp...

    Authors: Kara Schick-Makaroff, Onouma Thummapol, Stephanie Thompson, Rachel Flynn, Mehri Karimi-Dehkordi, Scott Klarenbach, Richard Sawatzky and Joanne Greenhalgh
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:20
  17. Overviews of reviews (overviews) compile information from multiple systematic reviews (SRs) to provide a single synthesis of relevant evidence for decision-making. Overviews may identify multiple SRs that exam...

    Authors: Michelle Pollock, Ricardo M. Fernandes, Amanda S. Newton, Shannon D. Scott and Lisa Hartling
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:18
  18. The prevalence of phantom limb pain (PLP) in people with amputations is unclear because of the conflicting reports across the literature. It is proposed that the conflicting reports on the prevalence of PLP ar...

    Authors: Katleho Limakatso, Gillian J. Bedwell, Victoria J. Madden and Romy Parker
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:17
  19. Architectural division of aseptic and septic operating theatres is a distinct structural feature of surgical departments in Germany. Internationally, hygienists and microbiologists mainly recommend functional ...

    Authors: Romy Scholz, Alexander Hönning, Julia Seifert, Nikolai Spranger and Dirk Stengel
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:16
  20. Gait impairment is a hallmark of multiple sclerosis (MS) which significantly endangers the quality of life of the individual. Inertial measurement units (IMUs) are small, light wearable sensors that can be use...

    Authors: A. Vienne-Jumeau, F. Quijoux, P. P. Vidal and D. Ricard
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:15
  21. Inadequate vaccine stock management in health facilities leads to vaccine stock-outs. The latter threatens the success of immunisation programmes. Countries have used various approaches to reduce stock-outs an...

    Authors: Chinwe Juliana Iwu, Anelisa Jaca, Leila H. Abdullahi, Ntombenhle Judith Ngcobo and Charles Shey Wiysonge
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:14
  22. Systematic reviews of randomised trials guide policy and healthcare decisions. Yet, we observed that some reviews judge randomised trials as high or unclear risk of bias (ROB) for sequence generation, potentia...

    Authors: Francesca Wuytack, Maria Regan, Linda Biesty, Pauline Meskell, Jennifer E. Lutomski, Martin O’Donnell, Shaun Treweek and Declan Devane
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:13
  23. Rates of STIs continue to rise worldwide, and novel evidence-based interventions such as text messaging aimed at improving client services are needed. We conducted a meta-analysis to evaluate text messaging to...

    Authors: Darlene Taylor, Carole Lunny, Petra Lolić, Orion Warje, Jasmina Geldman, Tom Wong, Mark Gilbert, Richard Lester and Gina Ogilvie
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:12
  24. While 80% of critically ill patients treated in an intensive care unit (ICU) will survive, survivors often suffer a constellation of new or worsening physical, cognitive, and psychiatric complications, termed ...

    Authors: A. Fuchsia Howard, Leanne Currie, Vicky Bungay, Margaret Meloche, Robert McDermid, Sarah Crowe, Andrea Ryce, William Harding and Gregory Haljan
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:11
  25. The charitable food assistance system has an influential role in the larger effort to curtail the problem of food insecurity globally. They often play a crucial role in meeting the food security needs of the p...

    Authors: Sizwe Makhunga, Tivani Mashamba-Thompson and Khumbulani Hlongwana
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:10
  26. Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) belong to endocannabinoid family, a group of fatty acid amides. PEA has been proven to have analgesic and anti-inflammatory activity and has been used in several controlled studies ...

    Authors: Maria Beatrice Passavanti, Aniello Alfieri, Maria Caterina Pace, Vincenzo Pota, Pasquale Sansone, Giacomo Piccinno, Manlio Barbarisi, Caterina Aurilio and Marco Fiore
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:9
  27. There is a great deal of variation in the design and delivery of patient navigator (PN) programs, making it difficult to design or adopt these interventions in new contexts. We (1) systematically reviewed the ...

    Authors: Laura Desveaux, Kerry McBrien, Lianne Barnieh and Noah M. Ivers
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:8
  28. Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a disorder that develops following exposure to severely stressful events. Altered cortisol secretion has been reported in PTSD; however, results have been inconsistent. ...

    Authors: Leigh Luella van den Heuvel, Simonne Wright, Sharain Suliman, Tobias Stalder, Clemens Kirschbaum and Soraya Seedat
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:7
  29. Malnutrition affects a third of the global population with low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) being the most affected. Most of those affected by malnutrition have limited means of determining their nutri...

    Authors: T. S. Dhlamini, D. Kuupiel and T. P. Mashamba-Thompson
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:6
  30. Pandemic mortality rates in 1918 and in 2009 were highest among those with the lowest socioeconomic status (SES). Despite this, low SES groups are not included in the list of groups prioritized for pandemic va...

    Authors: Svenn-Erik Mamelund, Clare Shelley-Egan and Ole Rogeberg
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:5
  31. Metabolic syndrome (MetS) is a constellation of conditions that increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases. It is an emerging concern in sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries, particularly because of an increa...

    Authors: Olamide O. Todowede, Solange Z. Mianda and Benn Sartorius
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:4
  32. Different tools exist for assessing risk of bias of intervention studies for systematic reviews. We present a tool for assessing risk of bias across both randomized and non-randomized study designs. The tool w...

    Authors: Caitlin E. Kennedy, Virginia A. Fonner, Kevin A. Armstrong, Julie A. Denison, Ping Teresa Yeh, Kevin R. O’Reilly and Michael D. Sweat
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:3
  33. Median nerve cross-sectional area (CSA) is the primary sonographic parameter for assessing and diagnosing median nerve pathology, such as carpal tunnel syndrome. However, variability in the sensitivity of diag...

    Authors: Sandy C. Takata, Lynn Kysh, Wendy J. Mack and Shawn C. Roll
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:2
  34. Midwives’ practices during the second stage of labour vary nationally and internationally. We aim to retrieve evidence that supports high-quality intrapartum care by conducting a systematic review of the liter...

    Authors: Corine J. Verhoeven, Dale Spence, Viola Nyman, René H. J. Otten and Maria Healy
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2019 8:1
  35. Toxic alcohols have been implicated in accidental ingestions and intentional exposures. Recognition of toxic alcohol poisoning is challenging. The main treatment modalities include antidotes with alcohol dehyd...

    Authors: Carol Wang, Daniel Samaha, Swapnil Hiremath, Lindsey Sikora, Manish M. Sood, Salmaan Kanji and Edward G. Clark
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2018 7:250
  36. Placenta praevia refers to a placenta located in the lower segment of the uterus. This abnormal location predisposes the placenta to abnormal bleeding with an increased risk of premature labour. The merits of ...

    Authors: Frederick Morfaw, Mercy Fundoh, Jessica Bartoszko, Lawrence Mbuagbaw and Lehana Thabane
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2018 7:249
  37. Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae are the most commonly reported sexually transmitted infections in Canada. Existing national guidance on screening for these infections was not based on a systematic...

    Authors: Jennifer Pillay, Ainsley Moore, Prinon Rahman, Gabriel Lewin, Donna Reynolds, John Riva, Guyléne Thériault, Brett Thombs, Brenda Wilson, Joan Robinson, Amanda Ramdyal, Geneviéve Cadieux, Robin Featherstone, Anne N. Burchell, Jo-Anne Dillon, Ameeta Singh…
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2018 7:248
  38. Achilles tendon ruptures are a common injury and are increasing in incidence. Several management strategies exist for both non-operative and operative care, with each strategy offering unique risks and benefit...

    Authors: Brad Meulenkamp, Dawn Stacey, Dean Fergusson, Brian Hutton, Risa Shorr MLIS and Ian D. Graham
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2018 7:247
  39. Antimicrobial resistance generates a huge health and economic burden and has the potential to become the leading cause of death globally, but its underlying drivers are yet to be fully described. The associati...

    Authors: Titus H. Divala, Elizabeth L. Corbett, Helen R. Stagg, Marriott Nliwasa, Derek J. Sloan, Neil French and Katherine L. Fielding
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2018 7:246
  40. There is a significant worldwide increase in type 2 diabetes mellitus and gestational diabetes (T2DM/GDM) linked to a range of associated comorbidities and rising healthcare costs. It has been shown that an in...

    Authors: Jessica Breuing, Dawid Pieper, Annika Lena Neuhaus, Simone Heß, Lena Lütkemeier, Fabiola Haas, Mark Spiller and Christine Graf
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2018 7:245

    The Correction to this article has been published in Systematic Reviews 2019 8:31

  41. Musculoskeletal injuries (MSI) represent more than half of all injuries in tactical populations (i.e., military service and public safety workers including police, firefighters, emergency medical services (EMS...

    Authors: Shawn D. Flanagan, Kellen T. Krajewski, Aaron M. Sinnott, Caleb D. Johnson, Shawn R. Eagle, Alice D. LaGoy, Meaghan E. Beckner, Anne Z. Beethe, Rose Turner, Mita T. Lovalekar, Courtenay Dunn-Lewis, Chris Connaboy and Bradley C. Nindl
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2018 7:244
  42. In this article, conceptualization of well-being is a starting point. According to Diener, subjective well-being refers to all kinds of evaluation, both positive and negative, people make about their own lives...

    Authors: Viviane Cruvinel Di Castro, Janete Capel Hernandes, Mauro Elias Mendonça and Celmo Celeno Porto
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2018 7:243
  43. Systematic reviews, which assess the risk of bias in included studies, are increasingly used to develop environmental hazard assessments and public health guidelines. These research areas typically rely on evi...

    Authors: Lisa Bero, Nicholas Chartres, Joanna Diong, Alice Fabbri, Davina Ghersi, Juleen Lam, Agnes Lau, Sally McDonald, Barbara Mintzes, Patrice Sutton, Jessica Louise Turton and Tracey J. Woodruff
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2018 7:242
  44. Chronic fatigue syndrome or myalgic encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME) is an illness characterised by profound and pervasive fatigue in addition to a heterogeneous constellation of symptoms. The aetiology of this cond...

    Authors: S. Du Preez, M. Corbitt, H. Cabanas, N. Eaton, D. Staines and S. Marshall-Gradisnik
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2018 7:241
  45. Measuring wellbeing has never been so important. With the rapid growth of workplace wellbeing interventions, determining their effectiveness is not only good science but also good practice. A wide variety of w...

    Authors: Rebecca J. Jarden, Margaret Sandham, Richard J. Siegert and Jane Koziol-McLain
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2018 7:240
  46. The impact of deworming on parasite load, nutritional status and other health outcomes of non-pregnant adolescent girls and adult women is uncertain.

    Authors: Elizabeth Tanjong Ghogomu, Shalini Suresh, Pura Rayco-Solon, Alomgir Hossain, Jessie McGowan, Juan Pablo Peña-Rosas and Vivian Welch
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2018 7:239
  47. Self-management interventions have been proposed as effective strategies to improve health and well-being and promote optimal coping in cancer survivors. Several reviews have shown benefits of self-management ...

    Authors: Colleen Ann Cuthbert, Haider H. Samawi, Brenda R. Hemmelgarn and Winson Y. Cheung
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2018 7:238
  48. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a highly progressive and debilitating neurodegenerative disease, which usually leads to the death of affected individuals within a few years after the onset of symptoms. ...

    Authors: Elmira Agah, Fatemeh Saleh, Hossein Sanjari Moghaddam, Amene Saghazadeh, Abbas Tafakhori and Nima Rezaei
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2018 7:237
  49. It is now more important than ever to equip paramedic students, the likely future managers and leaders of ambulance services, with the knowledge and skills of improvement science. Effective teaching requires a...

    Authors: Robin Pap, Louis Shabella, Alan J. Morrison, Paul M. Simpson and David M. Williams
    Citation: Systematic Reviews 2018 7:236

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