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Ability of a meta-analysis to prevent redundant research: systematic review of studies on pain from propofol injection

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Pöpping, Daniel
Published in BMJ (Clinical Research Edition). 2014, vol. 348, p. g5219
Abstract To examine whether, according to the conclusions of a 2000 systematic review with meta-analysis on interventions to prevent pain from propofol injection that provided a research agenda to guide further research on the topic, subsequently published trials were more often optimally blinded, reported on children, and used the most efficacious intervention as comparator; and to check whether the number of new trials published each year had decreased and whether the designs of trials that cited the review differed from those that did not.
Keywords HumansInjections, Intravenous/adverse effectsMeta-Analysis as TopicPain/etiology/prevention & controlPropofol/administration & dosageRandomized Controlled Trials as Topic/standardsResearch Design/standardsReview Literature as Topic
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PMID: 25161280
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Research group La Médecine Périopératoire et l'anesthésie (70)
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HABRE, Céline et al. Ability of a meta-analysis to prevent redundant research: systematic review of studies on pain from propofol injection. In: BMJ, 2014, vol. 348, p. g5219. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:43182

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