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Title: The impact of corporate payments on robotic surgery research - dataset Open Access Deposited

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  • A broad literature search was run in three Ovid Medline databases. Duplicate citations were removed in Endnote X6 (Clarivate Analytics). The remaining citations (n=714) were imported into DistillerSR (Evidence Partners, Inc.) for study selection. Selection involved a title and abstract screen, which was followed by two rounds of full-text review. Data was extracted from the final set of included studies (n=33).
  • While collaboration with industry is paramount to innovation, the recent emphasis on industrial relationship transparency has sparked new guidelines, research studies, and standardizations focused on re-defining conflict of interest. There is limited data on defining the specific financial amount wherein a conflict of interest is relevant. This study is the first to assess the potential financial effects on high-quality clinical data, or the “indirect sponsorship”.
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  • Criss CN, MacEachern MP, Matusko N, Dimick JB, Maggard-Gibbons M, Gadepalli SK. The Impact of Corporate Payments on Robotic Surgery Research: A Systematic Review. Ann Surg. 2019 Mar; 269 (3): 389-396. doi: 10.1097/SLA.0000000000003000. PMID: 30067545.
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  • 04/27/2020
  • 02/19/2019
To Cite this Work:
MacEachern, M. P., Criss, C. N. (2019). The impact of corporate payments on robotic surgery research - dataset [Data set], University of Michigan - Deep Blue Data.

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