The PRISMA checklist and Evaluation of searched papers of An Assessment of Contemporary Methods and Data-Enabled Approaches for Early Cataract Detection

Published: 24 July 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/y5hs9c24v3.1
chris Muchibwa, Mu Mu, Muawya Eldaw, Michael Opoku Agyeman


The PRISMA (Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses) checklist is a series of standards intended to improve the transparency and completeness of systematic review and meta-analysis reporting. It assists researchers and reviewers in ensuring that crucial information is included in their studies, making it easier to judge the quality and dependability of the research. Adherence to the PRISMA checklist is critical in the context of early cataract detection research to guarantee that the study is well-documented and the results may be appropriately interpreted by other researchers and healthcare practitioners.



Systematic Review with Meta-Analysis