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Searching Inside a Review
Use the search box to select results inside a review for faster screening
The simplest method is just to type the key terms to be matched. These will be searched in the title, abstract and publication name:
Users can also search according to AI tags, screening decisions, comments and source data. Lets look at how this is possible with the results query language:
Results can be filtered by AI tag, contents of decision, author country of origin and many other attributes. They can also be combined in a single query.
Lets look at some examples:
When adding different attributes in the same query, they are considered as an AND query
- Match results with Suspect Adverse tag AND the keyword "acetaminophen" in contents
If different criteria are combined by a comma (
,) they are treated like an OR search:
- Results where main author is from US or Ireland or Portugal:
Finally, both methods can be combined for more sophisticated searches:
- (results tagged as Suspect Adverse AND where the main author is from US or Ireland or Portugal)
Monitors can be configured with pre-defined filters that can later be used as shortcuts from the search box. This facilitates reusing complex queries.
In the example below there are two filters configured for the sample Monitor:
In the Review search box, the filters appear as shortcuts in place of the actual query. Once selected the configured query runs:
Match specified keyterms in article title and publication name. This is also the default behavior when not using the
tag:ae(articles tagged "Suspected AE", can also use
tag:patient(articles with a confirmed patient mention)
tag:special(articles tagged with any special situation)
tag:case(suspected case tag)
Performs the inverse of tag: matches articles that do not contain stated tag.
notag:ae(articles not tagged "Suspected AE" )
Matches articles last updated by user matching
Matches articles from a given source (pubmed, doaj, crossref, etc.)
Matches the contents in article's comment section of the most recent screening decision (if any)
Matches articles with a specific review decision:
- Serious events:
- Aggregate reporting:
- Safety signal:
nodecision:to retrieve opposite results.