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''In the current era of evidence-based medicine, it is important for researchers and clinicians to come to a consensus on how to evaluate outcomes. James Duffy and his colleague researchers have performed a systematic review of how outcomes are measured and reported in trials of treatments for pre-eclampsia. They have also reviewed the different types of outcomes reported by different trials. This review assessed whether there is any uniformity in outcome measurement and reporting. It is important to have this kind of review in the different sub-speciality fields of obstetrics and gynaecology and to work together to identify core outcomes that must be measured and reported by all trials and evaluations of particular disease entities."