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Use of ordinal outcomes in vascular prevention trials: comparison with binary outcomes in published trials (2008)
Journal Article
Bath, P. M., Geeganage, C., Gray, L. J., Collier, T., & Pocock, S. (2008). Use of ordinal outcomes in vascular prevention trials: comparison with binary outcomes in published trials. Stroke, 39(10), doi:10.1161/STROKEAHA.107.509893. ISSN 0039-2499

Background and Purpose—Vascular prevention trials mostly count “yes/no” (binary) outcome events, eg, stroke/no stroke. Analysis of ordered categorical vascular events (eg, fatal stroke/nonfatal stroke/no stroke) is clinically relevant and could be... Read More