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Table 7 Table of excluded studies

From: Specific or general exercise strategy for subacromial impingement syndrome–does it matter? A systematic literature review and meta analysis

Bae 2011 [72] Intervention not eligible: did not include resistance training in both groups.
Beaudreuil 2011 [28] Intervention not eligible: did not include resistance training in both groups.
Beaudreuil 2015 [73] Secondary analysis of Beaudreuil 2011.
Blume 2015 [74] Intervention not eligible: both groups received the same exercise program with different progression of repetition max.
Boeck 2012 [75] Intervention not eligible: passive control group.
Celik 2009 [76] Intervention not eligible: compares exercises performed above and below 90° of levation.
Cheng 2007 [77] Intervention not eligible: interventions includes many variables and it is therefore not possible to differentiate between which parameter causes a given effect.
Choi 2013 [78] Intervention not eligible: no information regarding the control group.
De Mey 2012 [79] Non-RCT.
Dickens 2005 [80] Intervention not eligible: passive control group.
Ginn 2005 [81] Intervention not eligible: does not include resistance training in both groups.
Hallgren 2014 [65] Intervention not eligible: did not include resistance training in both groups.
Holmgren 2012 [36] Intervention not eligible: did not include resistance training in both groups.
Jung 2012 [82] Non-RCT.
Krischak 2013 [83] Population not eligible: includes patients with full-thickness rotator cuff tears.
Kromer 2013 [84] Intervention not eligible: both groups received the same exercise program. The intervention group additionally received individualized physiotherapy.
Ludewig 2003 [85] Intervention not eligible: passive control group.
Marzetti 2014 [66] Intervention not eligible: neurocognitive training vs resistance training.
Morl 2011 [86] Intervention not eligible: a comparison of exercise apparatuses.
Mozey 2014 [67] Intervention not eligible: passive control group.
Østerås 2009 [87] Intervention not eligible: dose response trial focusing on number of repetitions, number of sets and time spent on performing global aerobic exercises.
  1. Abbreviations: RCT Randomized controlled trial