— Outcomes for which there are two possibilities, e.g. pregnant or not pregnant
Dichotomous outcomes are yes/no outcomes that people either experience or do not experience.
For example, dying or not dying during the follow-up period in a study.
continuous outcome · outcome
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← very low certainty of the evidence