The potential risk of bias and applicability of the included studies were assessed according to the Newcastle-Ottawa quality assessment scale. This scale comprises eight items that are classified into three domains, namely, selection, comparability and outcome. A study earning six or more stars was considered to be of high quality. The detailed process is shown in the reference [29].

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