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Progress in evidence based reproductive surgery

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The Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT) was introduced in 1996 to improve the methodological quality of published reports of randomised controlled trials. By doing a systematic review of randomised controlled trials on reproductive surgery, our group can demonstrate that the overall quality of the published reports of randomised studies on reproductive surgical interventions has improved after CONSORT. Nevertheless, some problems still remain. By discussing the benefits and pitfalls of randomised trials in reproductive surgery, our opinion paper aims to stimulate the reader’s further interest in evidence-based practice in reproductive surgery.
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Evidence-based medicine, reproductive surgery., randomised controlled trials

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Bosteels, Jan , Steven Weyers, C Siristatidis, S Bhattacharya, and T D’Hooghe. 2011. “Progress in Evidence Based Reproductive Surgery.” Facts, Views & Vision in Obgyn 3 (4): 238–244.
APA
Bosteels, Jan , Weyers, S., Siristatidis, C., Bhattacharya, S., & D’Hooghe, T. (2011). Progress in evidence based reproductive surgery. FACTS, VIEWS & VISION IN OBGYN, 3(4), 238–244.
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Bosteels J, Weyers S, Siristatidis C, Bhattacharya S, D’Hooghe T. Progress in evidence based reproductive surgery. FACTS, VIEWS & VISION IN OBGYN. 2011;3(4):238–44.
MLA
Bosteels, Jan , Steven Weyers, C Siristatidis, et al. “Progress in Evidence Based Reproductive Surgery.” FACTS, VIEWS & VISION IN OBGYN 3.4 (2011): 238–244. Print.
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  abstract     = {The Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT) was introduced in 1996 to improve the methodological quality of published reports of randomised controlled trials. By doing a systematic review of randomised controlled trials on reproductive surgery, our group can demonstrate that the overall quality of the published reports of randomised studies on reproductive surgical interventions has improved after CONSORT. Nevertheless, some problems still remain. By discussing the benefits and pitfalls of randomised trials in reproductive surgery, our opinion paper aims to stimulate the reader{\textquoteright}s further interest in evidence-based practice in reproductive surgery.},
  author       = {Bosteels, Jan  and Weyers, Steven and Siristatidis, C and Bhattacharya, S and D'Hooghe, T},
  issn         = {2032-0418},
  journal      = {FACTS, VIEWS \& VISION IN OBGYN},
  keyword      = {Evidence-based medicine,reproductive surgery.,randomised controlled trials},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {238--244},
  title        = {Progress in evidence based reproductive surgery},
  volume       = {3},
  year         = {2011},
}