Your search process must be documented in enough detail to ensure that it can be reported correctly in the systematic review and reproduced for verification.
For each database search you conduct, you should record:
It may be useful to save your search strategies in the databases you use (where possible) to refer back to later. Resources such as Medline, Scopus, Web of Science and Cochrane provide this feature.
EndNote software can also be used to record full bibliographical details for each citation and additional notes relating to the selection and evaluation of that source.
Your systematic review should also include:
You may use the PRISMA 2020 checklist to determine if you have fully documented your systematic review. This is a checklist of 27 items relevant to the content of a systematic review and meta-analysis, including the title, abstract, methods, results, discussion and funding.
Look at the Appendix of this article, where search strategies for each databases are detailed.
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