[Instructions for aggregated evidence: Systematic reviews and meta-analyses (part 1)].
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High-quality, up-to-date, systematic reviews comprehensively summarize the evidence from clinical studies for a focused clinical question. A meta-analyses is a quantitative summary of results from individual studies and often part of a systematic review. Important features of a systematic review are a focused research question, a comprehensive, reproducible search for primary studies, selection of studies using clear and transparent eligibility criteria, and a standardized critical appraisal of the methodological quality of included studies.
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