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Table 2 Main characteristics of the studies selected

From: The Association of Oral Health Status, demographic characteristics and socioeconomic determinants with Oral health-related quality of life among children: a systematic review and Meta-analysis

author participants Sample size year country design Quality of the evidence
[1] Children 510 2009 Hong Kong Case-control Moderate
[2] Children 286 2013 Brazil Cross-section High
[3] Children 784 2013 Sri Lanka Cross-section Moderate
[4] Children 103 2011 New Zealand Cohort High
[5] Children 515 2012 Brazil Cross-section Moderate
[6] Children 815 2019 Brazil Cross-section Moderate
[7] Children 260 2011 Brazil Cross-section High
[8] Children 638 2012 Brazil Cross-section Moderate
[9] Children 456 2017 Brazil Cross-section High
[10] Children 792 2010 Brazil Cross-section High
[11] Children 1134 2014 Brazil Cross-section High
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