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Hungarian Medical Journal
Authors: Valentin Brodszky, Viktor Nagy, Csaba Farsang, Krisztián Kárpáti, and László Gulácsi

first-line agents: a network meta-analysis. JAMA, 2003, 289 , 2534–2544. Furberg C. D. Health outcomes associated with various antihypertensive therapies used as first-line agents

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Highlights – Numerous single studies reported associations between IQ and sleep spindle parameters. – The literature is heterogeneous and a meta-analysis

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effects of intervention programs for Internet/smartphone addiction among adolescents through a meta-analysis. We assume in this study that different types of treatment programs can have different effects on the severity of IA. Therefore, it is possible

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Martina Goslar, Max Leibetseder, Hannah M. Muench, Stefan G. Hofmann, and Anton-Rupert Laireiter

) format. Three of these meta-analyses ( Gooding & Tarrier, 2009 ; Leibetseder et al., 2011 ; Pallesen et al., 2005 ) included SGTs, but the number of trials was small, and further research has since been conducted. The latest meta-analysis in gambling

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Lu Li, Dan-Dan Xu, Jing-Xin Chai, Di Wang, Lin Li, Ling Zhang, Li Lu, Chee H. Ng, Gabor S. Ungvari, Song-Li Mei, and Yu-Tao Xiang

services to address the fast emerging problem of IAD. A meta-analysis covering studies from 31 countries found that the pooled prevalence of IAD was 6.0% in the general population with the highest prevalence in the Middle East (10.9%) and the lowest

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Valentin Brodszky, Viktor Nagy, Csaba Farsang, Krisztián Kárpáti, and László Gulácsi

first-line agents: a network meta-analysis. JAMA, 2003, 289 , 2534–2544. Furberg C. D. Health outcomes associated with various antihypertensive therapies used as first

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infection, we performed this meta-analysis based on cross-regional case–control studies, comprising a total of 1,891 individuals. However, the case–control studies on the strain types not belonging to Types I, II, and III are too limited to generate a meta-analysis

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Kun Qin, Feifei Zhang, Taolin Chen, Lei Li, Wenbin Li, Xueling Suo, Du Lei, Graham J. Kemp, and Qiyong Gong

inconsistency. Moreover, the lack of statistical power is also a major problem, resulting from the typically small sample size in single study. In this setting, meta-analysis can be helpful. While a multi-modal meta-analysis including electroencephalography

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means of the Boolean operators “AND” and “OR”. Roots and variants of the search terms were also used. Studies had to be prospective RCTs. In each of the studies admitted to meta-analysis, a comparison had to be made between a group of CHF patients taking

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Laura Badenes-Ribera, Maria Rubio-Aparicio, Julio Sánchez-Meca, Matteo Angelo Fabris, and Claudio Longobardi

). To the best of our knowledge, no one has yet systematically studied the association between MD and ED symptomatology using a meta-analysis. A prior meta-analysis synthesized the evidence about the relationship between the drive for muscularity (DFM

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