Grading quality of evidence and strength of recommendations in clinical practice guidelines Part 3 of 3. the GRADE approach to developing recommendations

J. L. Broazek, E. A. Akl, E. Compalati, J. Kreis, L. Terracciano, A. Fiocchi, E. Ueffing, J. Andrews, P. Alonso-Coello, J. J. Meerpohl, D. M. Lang, R. Jaeschke, J. W. Williams, B. Phillips, A. Lethaby, P. Bossuyt, P. Glasziou, M. Helfand, J. Watine, M. AfilaloV. Welch, A. Montedori, I. Abraha, A. R. Horvath, J. Bousquet, G. H. Guyatt, H. J. Schünemann

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