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Table 1 Characteristics of included randomized controlled trials. PRP platelet-rich plasma

From: Is platelet-rich plasma an ideal biomaterial for arthroscopic rotator cuff repair? A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

Authors Publish year Male % (PRP+/PRP−) Mean age (PRP+/PRP−) Shoulders analysed (PRP+/PRP−) Minimum imaging follow-up, months Minimum clinical follow-up, months
Castricini et al. [25] 2011 40 (17/23) (55.5/55.2) 88 (43/45) 16 16
Randelli et al. [31] 2011 21 (8/13) (61.3/59.5) 45 (22/23) 12 12
Gumina et al. [27] 2012 41 (20/21) 61 (60/63) 76 (39/37) 12 12
Weber et al. [35] 2012 36 (20/16) (59.7/64.5) 59 (29/30) 12 12
Jo et al. [28] 2013 24 (10/14) (64.2/61.9) 47 (24/23) 9 12
Ruiz-Moneo et al. [33] 2013 25 (14/11) (56/55) 63 (32/31) 12 12
Malavolta et al. [30] 2014 17 (8/9) (55.3/54.1) 54 (27/27) 12 12
Sánchez Márquez et al. [34] 2011 8 (NR/NR) 65 (NR/NR) 28 (14/14) 12 12
Rodeo et al. [32] 2012 44 (23/21) (58.9/57.2) 67 (35/32) 3 12
Flury et al. [26] 2016 38(18/20) 58.9 /57.8 103 (49/54) 24 24
Holtby et al. [9] 2016 41(20/21) 59/59 74 (36/38) 6 6
Pandey et al. [10] 2016 74(38/36) 54.8 /54.1 102 (52/50) 24(12) 24(12)
Jo et al. [29] 2015 17(8/9) 60.8/60.92 74(37/37) 12 12