#11 Study risk of bias assessment - Specify the methods used to assess risk of bias in the included studies, including details of the tool(s) used, how many reviewers assessed each study and whether they worked independently, and if applicable, details of automation tools used in the process.
#14 Reporting bias assessment - Describe any methods used to assess risk of bias due to missing results in a synthesis (arising from reporting biases).
#18 Risk of bias in studies - Present assessments of risk of bias for each included study.
#22 Reporting biases - Present assessments of risk of bias due to missing results (arising from reporting biases) for each synthesis assessed.
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