Appendix ERisk of Bias Tables

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Table E1. Risk of bias ratings, part 1 (MS Word, 180K)

Table E2. Risk of bias ratings, part 2 (MS Word, 183K)

Table E3. Risk of bias ratings, part 3 (MS Word, 182K)

Table E4. Risk of bias ratings, part 4 (MS Word, 196K)

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