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Identification and description of randomized controlled trials and systematic reviews on patient safety published in medical journals.
Barajas-Nava LA, Calvache JA, López-Alcalde J, Solà I, Cosp XB. J Patient Saf. 2013;9:79-86.

Despite an increasing rate of patient safety publications over the last decade, this study found that the number of randomized controlled trials and systematic reviews related to patient safety remains relatively small.

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