Exclusion criteria

What is Exclusion criteria?

Exclusion criteria meaning The criteria, or standards, set out before a study or review. Exclusion criteria are used to determine whether a person should participate in a research study or whether an individual study should be excluded in a systematic review. Exclusion criteria may include age, previous treatments, and other medical conditions. Criteria help identify suitable participants.

 

reference: national Cancer Institute – Glossary for Registrars

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