Search Filters: What's wrong or right with using them in systematic reviews?

Search filters (Hedges) are search strategies that have somehow been tested or studied to be a good way of finding records relevant to a concept (i.e. an illness, an intervention, a study design, an age group, etc.). The results of such a test or study could have been published or unpublished and could have been rigorous research or an institutional experiment.

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