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Design Characteristics of Comparative Effectiveness Trials for the Relief of Symptomatic Dyspepsia

Natalie Elliott et al.  | Published on 11/7/2020
Dyspepsia represents a symptom domain rather than a diagnostic condition and covers a wide range of complex, underlying pathophysiologies that are not well understood. The review explores comparative effectiveness interventions for the treatment of symptomatic dyspepsia along a pragmatic-explanatory continuum. The aim is to identify relevant design characteristics applicable to future upper gastrointestinal comparative effectiveness research employing integrative medicine. Read more here.

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