Start by getting some background information (aka Term Harvesting)
Identify "gold standard" articles (3-10 minimum) to use to identify some potential search terms and also to double check that your search strategy is locating the articles you know should be found in your results. If these articles are missing you should ensure they meet your inclusion/exclusion criteria and then edit your search strategy to ensure that it is comprehensive enough.
Yale MESH Analyzer tool extracts MeSH and other citation data from PubMed articles to all you to review terms in a grid for relevant articles to help you develop a search strategy for your review. You can analyze a maximum of 20 articles at a time.
Make sure to include all relevant databases when developing your search strategy. It is important to search several databases and grey literature. Below is a list of databases through Pratt. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org for advice or fill in the form below.