Active ingredients are reported more often for pharmacologic than non-pharmacologic interventions : an illustrative review of reporting practices in titles and abstracts
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McCleary , N , Duncan , E M , Stewart , F & Francis , J J 2013 , ' Active ingredients are reported more often for pharmacologic than non-pharmacologic interventions : an illustrative review of reporting practices in titles and abstracts ' Trials , vol. 14 , 146 . https://doi.org/10.1186/1745-6215-14-146
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