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Bias: The author declare no conflict of interest Peer-reviewed: yes, the peer review button from chamberlain library was used Blinded review: not listed Level of Evidence: level I because the method listed participants were in a randomized controlled trial with a diverse sample population. Primary vs. secondary sources: primary but uses secondary sources Seminal, theoretical, or empirical: Empirical because it studies a phenomenon to gain knowledge by direct or indirect observing and analyzing a research question. Limitations: being able to constantly monitor, bias on questionnaire verse in office findings, age, race, gender, and different in type of medication patients used. Generalizability: Yes, the statically method of testing was not specific and can be replicated in other populations.
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Design o Examine relationships =cross-sectional, it is a study in which the presence or absence of a health-related variables are determined in each member of the study population or in a representative sample at one particular time. o Examine causality =experimental, o Examines effectiveness = adaptive
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