What they don't tell you in the abstract is that (and I'm quoting the article) "Following the overview are 2 case examples in which recommendations to prevent a POSCI were used." I usually tell people that an article abstract is the antitheses of a mystery novel--all the facts are summarized and they give the plot away. This time the abstract left out the two bodies in the hospital.

Happy Friday, everybody!

Fred King
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Subject: Ref: Question - publication type - Case Reports AND Review!

I happened to come across this specific record in PubMed:

It is indexed as both Case reports as well as Review

In the methods section - the authors mention that it is a systematic
review. Any clue as to why it is indexed as a Case report as well?

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