2.4. Quality assessment
This protocol is extracted from research article:
Indwelling catheter increases the risk of urinary tract infection in total knee arthroplasty
Medicine (Baltimore), Apr 16, 2021; DOI: 10.1097/MD.0000000000025490

Two authors (YPL, SMY) independently evaluated the risk of bias of the included studies according to the Cochrane Handbook, which consisted of the following items: “random sequence generation,” “allocation concealment,” “blinding of participants and personnel,” “blinding of outcomes assessment,” “incomplete outcome data,” “selective outcome reporting,” and “other bias.”[16] The methodological quality of each included study was measured as “low bias,” “unclear bias,” and “high bias.”

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