Appendix Table G3Strength of evidence for Key Question 1b

DetailsNumber of studiesQuality (Good, Fair, Poor)Consistency (High, Moderate, Low)Directness (Direct or indirect)Precision (High, Moderate, Low)Number of subjectsStrength of evidence
Not relevant0No evidenceNo evidenceNo evidenceNo evidenceNo evidenceInsufficient

Note: Key Question 1b. Does the effectiveness and comparative effectiveness of risk assessment tools differ according to patient characteristics, and other known risk factors for pressure ulcers, such as nutritional status or incontinence?

From: Appendix G, Overall Strength of Evidence Tables

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Chou R, Dana T, Bougatsos C, et al.

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