2.4.10. Sensitivity analysis
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Electroacupuncture in treatment of Parkinson disease
Medicine (Baltimore), Jan 22, 2021; DOI: 10.1097/MD.0000000000023010

Sensitivity analysis is performed when there are important positive results or critical results in primary analysis. After excluding abnormal results (too large or too small samples), meta-analysis was conducted to consider whether there was any change. If there is no significant difference between the results before and after sensitivity analysis, the results are proved to be stable.

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