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Table 1 Characteristics of study design, inclusion criteria, population and baseline

From: The effects of cognitive behavioural therapy on depression and quality of life in patients with maintenance haemodialysis: a systematic review

Study ID Study design Inclusion criteria Sample size (I/C), male % Mean age Dropouts Baseline depression score Mean (SD)
Duarte (2009) [31] RCT age:18-80
HD>3 months
Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview≥5
85 (41/44)
Male: 35 (38.9%)
I: (52.4±15.9),
C: (54.0±12.7)
5
I:5
BDI
I: 24.2 (9.7)
C: 27.3 (10.7)
Cukor (2014) [32] RCT age>18
HD>6 months
depression scale BDI-II >10
59 (33/26)
Male: 16 (27%)
Not reported 6
Not reported the detailed dropout rates in each group
BDI-II
I: 24.7 (9.8)
C: 21.9 (8.9)
HAM-D
I: 15.7 (6.8)
C: 12.9 (5.3)
Lerma (2017) [30] RCT age>18
HD>6 months
BDI: mild or moderate scores
49 (31/18)
Male: 23 (47%)
I: (41.8±14.7)
C:(41.7±15.1)
11
I:7
C:4
BDI
I: 13.6 (7.6)
C: 15.8 (10.0)
Valsara (2016) [33] RCT age:20-65
HD>1 year
HADS score>7
67 (33/34)
Male: 47 (70.2%)
66.67% in 43 to 65 years of age, 13 HADS
I: 11.85 (2.15)
C: 11.21 (2.53)
Mehrotra (2019) [34] RCT age≥21
HD ≥3 months
BDI-II score≥15
114 (56/58)
Male: 68 (57%)
I: (50±13),
C:(53±12)
6
I:45
C:2
QIDS-C
I: 12.2 (5.1)
C: 10.9 (4.9)
Al saraireh (2018) [35] RCT HD>1 year
Hamilton depression rating scale
105 (51/54)
Male: 52 (50%)
I: (53.4±8.0)
C:(52±10.7)
25
I: 11
C:14
HAM-D
I: 19.5 (5.4)
C: 19.6 (5.4)
  1. I intervention group, C comparison