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    • Authors seldom report the most patient-important outcomes and absolute effect measures in systematic review abstracts 

      Agarwal, Arnav; Johnston, Bradley; Vernooij, Robin; Carrasco Labra, Alonso; Brignardello Petersen, Romina; Neumann, Ignacio; Akl, Elie; Sun, Xin; Briel, Matthias; Busse, Jason; Ebrahim, Shanil; Granados, Carlos; Iorio, Alfonso; Irfan, Affan; Martínez García, Laura; Mustafa, Reem; Ramirez-Morera, Anggie; Selva, Anna; Solà, Ivan; Sanabrai, Andrea; Tikkinen, Kari; Vandvik, Per; Zhang, Yuqing; Zazueta, Oscar; Zhou, Qi; Schunemann, Holger J.; Guyatt, Gordon H.; Alonso Coello, Pablo (Elsevier USA, 2017)
      Objectives Explicit reporting of absolute measures is important to ensure treatment effects are correctly interpreted. We examined the extent to which authors report absolute effects for patient-important outcomes in ...
    • Systematic reviews experience major limitations in reporting absolute effects 

      Alonso Coello, Pablo; Carrasco Labra, Alonso; Brignardello Petersen, Romina; Neumann, Ignacio; Akl, Elie; Vernooij, Robin; Johnston, Brad; Sun, Xin; Briel, Matthias; Busse, Jason; Ebrahim, Shanil; Granados, Carlos; Iorio, Alfonso; Irfan, Affan; Martínez García, Laura; Mustafa, Reem; Ramírez Morers, Anggie; Selva, Anna; Solà, Iván; Sanabria, Andrea; Tikkinen, Kari; Vandvik, Per; Zazueta, Oscar; Zhang, Yuqing; Zhou, Qi; Schünemann, Holger; Guyatt, Gordon H. (Elsevier, 2016)
      Objectives: Expressing treatment effects in relative terms yields larger numbers than expressions in absolute terms, affecting the judgment of the clinicians and patients regarding the treatment options. It is uncertain ...