Appendix FExcluded Studies

Reasons for exclusion

X-1 Ineligible population

X-2 Not original research

X-3 Ineligible study size

X-4 Does not address key questions/Not an intervention study

X-5 Not published in English

X-6 Does not contain extractable data

X-7 Unable to obtain full text

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