Meta-analysis will be performed using RevMan 5.4 software. When there is no statistical heterogeneity among the results, a fixed-effects model will be used for meta-analysis. When there is statistical heterogeneity among the results, the heterogeneity source will be further analyzed and a random-effects model will be used for meta-analysis after excluding the effects of significant clinical heterogeneity. When there is significant clinical heterogeneity, we will use subgroup analysis or sensitivity analysis, or only descriptive analysis.

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