Figure F-166 is titled “Rate of decreased appetite for SSRIs compared with placebo.” The figure displays a forest plot reporting the risk difference of decreased appetite for SSRIs compared with placebo, sertraline compared with placebo. The forest plot depicts that a higher rate of decreased appetite occurred among patients treated with sertraline (5 trials, risk difference 0.07, 95% CI 0.01 to 0.13, I2=43.7%) compared with placebo.

Figure F-166Rate of decreased appetite for SSRIs compared with placebo

Timing of outcome assessment: 10 weeks (Panahi, 2011; Tucker, 2003; Zohar, 2002), 12 weeks (Davidson, 2006; Davidson, 2001).

From: Appendix F, Meta-Analysis

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