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Guidelines and recommendations during the COVID-19 pandemic: A word of caution



In the past, we have warned that the exponentially increasing number of systematic review and meta-analyses against a linearly increasing number of clinical trials would have been detrimental to the whole scientific world, as we would end up having more and more synthetic studies on less and less proper evidences.1 Again, three years later we raised concerns against the possible biases of Guidelines-Based Medicine and advocated a prompt return to the basics of Evidence-Based Medicine, namely “evidences”, “experience” and “expectations” (the three Es of EBM).

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