Parkinson’s Disease / 2020 / Article / Tab 2

Review Article

Evidence of Rehabilitative Impact of Progressive Resistance Training (PRT) Programs in Parkinson Disease: An Umbrella Review

Table 2

Methodological quality.


Saltychev et al. [27]YYYYYYYYYYY
Tillman et al. [28]YYYYYYYYYYY
Chung et al. [29]YYYYYYYYYNN/A
Roeder et al. [30]YYYYYYYYYN/AY
Lima et al. [22]YYYYYYYYYYY
Cruisckshank et al. [31]YYYYYN/AYN/AYYN
Uhrbrand et al. [32]YYYYYN/ANYYYY
Brienesse and Emerson [21]YYN/AN/AYYYYYYY

Legend: Q1 = Is the review question clearly and explicitly stated?; Q2 = Were the inclusion criteria appropriate for the review question?; Q3 = Was the search strategy appropriate?; Q4 = Were the sources and resources used to search for studies adequate?; Q5 = Were the criteria for appraising studies appropriate?; Q6 = Was critical appraisal conducted by two or more reviewers independently?; Q7 = Were there methods to minimize errors in data extraction?; Q8 = Were the methods used to combine studies appropriate?; Q9 = Was the likelihood of publication bias assessed?; Q10 = Were recommendations for policy and/or practice supported by the reported data?; Q11 = Were the specific directives for new research appropriate?; N = no, Y = yes; N/A = not applicable.

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