2011
DOI: 10.1016/j.jvoice.2010.09.006
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Levels of Evidence in the Voice Literature

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“…A search by ''Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT)'' in the accompanying article, and a recent review of the levels of evidence in the voice literature from Cochrane both reveal few level 1 evidence articles. 1,12 The Cochrane review of level 1 evidence revealed 54 reviews. 1,12 Of these, only one of these was related to voice (a systematic review of functional dysphonias) 13 with an additional study in the gastrointestinal literature related to reflux and chronic laryngitis.…”
Section: The Literature and Levels Of Evidencementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…A search by ''Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT)'' in the accompanying article, and a recent review of the levels of evidence in the voice literature from Cochrane both reveal few level 1 evidence articles. 1,12 The Cochrane review of level 1 evidence revealed 54 reviews. 1,12 Of these, only one of these was related to voice (a systematic review of functional dysphonias) 13 with an additional study in the gastrointestinal literature related to reflux and chronic laryngitis.…”
Section: The Literature and Levels Of Evidencementioning
confidence: 99%
“…1,12 The Cochrane review of level 1 evidence revealed 54 reviews. 1,12 Of these, only one of these was related to voice (a systematic review of functional dysphonias) 13 with an additional study in the gastrointestinal literature related to reflux and chronic laryngitis. 14 The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality performed an evidence report/technology assessment in 2002 of all instruments to evaluate speech, language, and voice and only the Voice Handicap Index (VHI) and the Kay Elemetrics Multidimensional Voice Program ''.met our criteria for reliability, validity, and availability of normative data.''…”
Section: The Literature and Levels Of Evidencementioning
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