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Table 4 Risk of bias and individual quality of the studies assessed by the Joanna Briggs Institute Critical Appraisal Tools for use in JBI Systematic Reviews for Randomized Controlled Trials. The risk of bias was classified as high when the study reached up to 49% of "yes" score, moderate when the study reached from 50% to 69% of "yes" score, and low when the study reached more than 70% of "yes" score

From: Influence of glide path kinematics during endodontic treatment on the occurrence and intensity of intraoperative and postoperative pain: a systematic review of randomized clinical trials

AuthorsQ.1Q.2Q.3Q.4Q.5Q.6Q.7Q.8Q.9Q.10Q.11Q.12Q.13% yes/risk
Pasqualini et al., 2012 [18]UU--N/AN/A--N/A46% yes/ high risk of bias
Chen et al., 2013 [32]UU--N/AN/A----N/A38% yes/ high risk of bias
Guo et al., 2014 [33]UU--N/AN/AN/AN/A46% yes/ high risk of bias
Adıgüzel et al., 2019 [2]--N/AN/AN/AN/A61% yes/ moderate risk of bias
Keskin et al., 2019 [4]--N/AN/A--N/A61% yes/ moderate risk of bias
Tüfenkçi et al., 2019 [34]N/AN/AN/AN/A69% yes/ moderate risk of bias
  1. √ - Yes; -- - No; U Unclear, N/A Not applicable.