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Last but not least, movie studios who have never tried it may think very differently. They probably assumed film was limited to underwater movies. Of course, they would be wrong or at least the speeds would be limited. After all, the 3D market was outdoing the 2D market in a hurry. Even the DVD market had subscriptions, and a lot of people spent their money on the experience, rather than just entertainment. However, 3D is now becoming mainstream. It is comfortable, affordable, and even entertaining. Switch to 3D or 4D, and now you can see almost any theater show in 3D.
Reviews must focus on interventions, and they are restricted to a single intervention. Preventing disease or morbidity is an important health goal. Therefore, reviews should consider interventions that can prevent disease or morbidity. Reflecting the above, a review of an intervention for a specific health problem must include the following details: Primary Health Problem/OutcomeThe name and definition of the health outcome. For example, "type 2 diabetes mellitus," "peritonitis" or "adverse effect of treatment." This outcome should be clearly defined, and the using of the terminologies and definitions recommended by the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) should be encouraged. This outcome should include specific indicators such as "weight," "sleep," "physical function," and "mortality rate." Supporting evidence for the definition or indication for the health outcome Should the health outcome be measured before, during or after the exposure to the intervention? An example would be "blood pressure level," "laboratory test," or "blood glucose level." And, of course, a discussion of the direction of the outcome (e.g.
Reviewers should consider whether to search for protocol papers or other studies registered on the ICJCTR. The ICJCTR includes a considerable number of early phase trials for drugs, vaccines and other investigational products that may be relevant to the Cochrane COLC and may be listed in the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials. The ICJCTR does not record registration numbers. A list of WHO ICTRP controlled trials is available on the World Health Organization (WHO) Web site (https://apps.who.int/trialsearch/). d2c66b5586