Systematic Analyses

Due to the increasing number of scientific publications, it is important to clearly summarize and jointly evaluate individual studies on a topic. Systematic reviews and meta-analyses of published data are therefore increasingly requested. In addition, systematic reviews can be used to assess the quality of individual studies. They allow an assessment of the results even if the data situation is inconsistent. Meta-analyses also allow the calculation of pooled effect estimates.

The possible spectrum of analysis includes not only clinical outcome data but can also include questions of compliance or adherence, dose consumption, quality of life, epidemiological data and direct and indirect costs. 

•    Narrative Reviews
•    Systematic reviews 
•    Meta-analyses 
•    Quality of life studies
•    Research of epidemiological data