Appendix CEvidence Tables

Publication Details

Evidence Table 1. Study characteristics (MS Word, 52K)

Evidence Table 2. Populations (MS Word, 62K)

Evidence Table 3. Interventions (MS Word, 48K)

Evidence Table 4. Benefits KQ 1 and 2, Part 1 (MS Word, 51K)

Evidence Table 5. Benefits KQ 1 and 2, Part 2 (MS Word, 45K)

Evidence Table 6. Subgroup analysis, Part 1 (MS Word, 43K)

Evidence Table 7. Subgroup analysis, Part 2 (MS Word, 45K)

Evidence Table 8. Harms, Part 1 (MS Word, 44K)

Evidence Table 9. Harms, Part 2 (MS Word, 45K)

Evidence Table 10. Study risk of bias: All studies (MS Word, 42K)

Evidence Table 11. Systematic reviews (MS Word, 69K)

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