The third step involves analyzing the evidence to determine its relevance, quality, validity, potential impact and applicability to your specific case. In this step, you will look for studies that offer the highest level of proof. Level A evidence, which is supported by fully randomized tests, is the best type of evidence. However, you need to ensure the studies are relevant to your particular questions. If not, you may have to move to Levels B, C or ML.
The goal of this step is to find the highest-quality evidence available for your specific questions.