Orthopaedic evidence needs more diverse study populations
Lack of diversity in orthopaedic trials conducted in the United StatesJ Bone Joint Surg Am. 2014 Apr 2;96(7):e56
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Data from 158 United States randomized controlled trials, investigating 37,625 patients, was analyzed in this systematic review to evaluate the inclusion of, and the reported rates of race and/or ethnicity in orthopaedic evidence. Despite the diverse population in United States, the findings of this analysis demonstrated a deficit in the reporting of data on race or ethnicity by American orthopaed...
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