Systemic Review

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Appraisal of Systemic Review
Healthcare workers, especially nurses, have for ultimate goal to provide the best care possible for patients. Caring for patients does not only include making sure that they are safe and well-taking care of but it also requires for nurses to act as patients’ advocate and ensure that the best methods are used to provide care. Nurses contribute to ensuring that the patients are as comfortable as possible and help prevent or reduce pain as much as they can (Dearholt.& Dang, 2012, p. 12P). People have a different reaction to pain. For some patients being pain-free might be one their ultimate goal while they are in the hospital and if a nurse can help achieve that goal that will significantly contribute in making the
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Among these 1195 studies 999 abstracts were reviewed. 36 full paper have been chosen. Twelve studies were selected among thousand based on very a strict criteria (Hogan, Smart, Shah, and Taddio, 2014, p.…show more content…
This rating scale is used to determine whether or not research is worth putting into practice. During the appraisal of research, there is a different level of evidence that is taking into consideration. There is three quality rating with five different categories. The quality rating is graded from high, good, and low or major flaw level of evidence. A high-quality research requires the study to be well structured and organized with all the necessary elements and definite conclusion. Research is considered good when the result is within normal limits and the conclusion although not conclusive can lead to more research. Lastly, a low-quality rating did not provide much information and stayed inconclusive (Dearholt.& Dang, 2012, p. 12P). There is five level of evidence in which research can fall under. The level is from I to V. the level I includes all systematic review researches that are experimental with a randomized controlled trial. These researches might be randomized with or without meta-analysis.
Level II includes all the systematic review that are quasi-experimental studies. These researches might be with or without
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