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Occupational Asthma guidelines: a systematic quality appraisal using the AGREE II instrument
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    Re: Occupational Asthma guidelines: a systematic quality appraisal using the AGREE II instrument. Authors' response
    • Theodore Lytras, Dr.
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      • Stefanos Bonovas, Christos Chronis, Athanasios K Konstantinidis, Frixos Kopsachilis, Dimitrios P Papamichail, George Dounias

    We thank Dr. Nicholson and Prof. Cullinan for their interest in our paper,[1] and welcome the opportunity to respond to their comments and provide clarification.

    We did review the most up-to-date version of all guidelines, including the 2010 version of the BOHRF guidelines. In the "Results" section of our paper, the first column of Table 1 cites the most recent guideline versions published in the peer-reviewed...

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    Corrections on Asthma Guidelines review

    We write to correct errors in the paper Occupational asthma guidelines: a systematic quality appraisal using the AGREE II instrument 1.

    The methodology for this study states that the authors reviewed the most up to date versions of guidelines. While in their Introduction the authors cite (their reference 9) a statement from the 2010 BOHRF systematic review 2; within the Results section it is clear that they a...

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