After our recent post on the subject I thought I’d explore the new systematic reviews added to Trip. So, for the last week we uploaded 829 new systematic reviews from PubMed. To give a flavour of the coverage, here are the sample of the most recent:

  • The role of noninvasive scoring systems for predicting cardiovascular disease risk in patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
  • A systematic review on microplastic pollution in water, sediments, and organisms from 50 coastal lagoons across the globe.
  • The effects of exposure to environmentally relevant PFAS concentrations for aquatic organisms at different consumer trophic levels: Systematic review and meta-analyses.
  • Provisional Versus Dual Stenting of Left Main Coronary Artery Bifurcation Lesions (from a Comprehensive Meta-Analysis).
  • The Impact of Cognitive Impairment on Clinical Outcomes After Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (from a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis).
  • A meta-analysis of the genetic contribution estimates to major indicators for ketosis in dairy cows.
  • Heterojunction photocatalysts for the removal of nitrophenol: A systematic review.
  • The effect of rhythmic movement on physical and cognitive functions among cognitively healthy older adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
  • Effectiveness of multicomponent training on physical performance in older adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
  • Molecular mechanism of the anti-inflammatory effects of plant essential oils: A systematic review.

An interesting mix, that’s for sure, and we should possibly explore removing non-human studies!

The above is a sample from PubMed, we also get systematic reviews from other sources:

  • Grey literature, which we explore on a manual and monthly basis – this includes a host of Health Technology Assessments
  • Third-party sources

The latter is not yet automated, but will be shortly. So, it wouldn’t surprise me if we don’t add 1,000+ systematic reviews to Trip every week!

There’s an awful lot of systematic reviews being carried out!