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BMJ Clinical Evidence - a new kind of decision-support resource

Clinical Evidence is a point of care resource that is based on systematic reviews and supplemented by subsequent randomized controlled trials that are relevant to the question and meet specified quality criteria. The reviews are frequently updated and link to the full text of major guidelines relevant to the review's clinical area when possible. If important information on drug safety is issued before a review is updated, BMJ aims to add a drug safety alert to all reviews mentioning the drug within 72 hours.

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