Definitions

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  • noun Abbreviation of number needed to harm.

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Examples

  • • Lynn Thorn, NNER Financial Counselor, wrote: "We did it as a 'TEAM'-$100,000 in collections in the NNH-ER since January."

    Naples Daily News Stories

  • NNH (number needed to harm, that is number of women who would have to get an abortion to cause one extra case of breast cancer), or odds ratio, or risk ratio from a good study of abortion and breast cancer, we can cite it and discuss it.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • PalMD: Andy, if you can give me an actual NNH (number needed to harm, that is number of women who would have to get an abortion to cause one extra case of breast cancer), or odds ratio, or risk ratio from a good study of abortion and breast cancer, we can cite it and discuss it.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • If the analysis is focused on major bleeds and surgical bleeds, the NNT is 454 and the NNH is 303; it's a wash.

    theHeart.org

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