Ef­fectiveness of comprehensive pain management in hard-to heal ulcers –  a protocol of systematic review


Authors: J. Klugarová 1,2;  A. Pokorná- 1 3;  M. Hájek 4,5;  M. Klugar 1,2
Authors‘ workplace: České národní centrum Evidence Based Healthcare a Knowledge Translation (Cochrane České republiky, České CEBHC centrum excelence JBI, GRADE centrum Masarykovy Univerzity), Institut biostatistiky a analýz, LF MU, Brno 1;  Ústav zdravotnických informací a statistiky České republiky, Praha 2;  Katedra ošetřovatelství a porodní asistence, LF MU, Brno 3;  Centrum hyperbarické medicíny, Městská nemocnice Ostrava 4;  Katedra biomedicínských oborů, LF Ostravské univerzity v Ostravě 5
Published in: Cesk Slov Neurol N 2019; 82(Supplementum 1): 23-25
Category: Original Paper
doi: 10.14735/amcsnn2019S23

Overview

The objective of the systematic review (SR) is to determine the ef­fectiveness of inpatient comprehensive pain management in patients with hard to heal ulcers. The protocol of SR is prepared accord­­ing to Prefer­red Report­­ing Items for Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Protocols (PRISMA-P) statement. All experimental and observational analytical studies deal­­ing with adults with hard to heal ulcer and ef­fectiveness of inpatient comprehensive pain management will be considered for inclusion. A three-step strategy will be utilized in this review and 13 databased searched without language and date limitation. Analysis of title, abstracts and full texts, critical appraisal and data extraction will be car­ried out on selected studies us­­ing standardized instruments developed by Joan­na Briggs Institute. If pos­sible, statistical meta-analysis us­­ing software RevMan 5.0 will be performed.

Keywords:

ulcer – comprehensive management – pain – systematic review – protocol


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