Does that sentence make sense (in and out of context)
"Outcomes of the study included operative time, fluid content in the suction balloon (drainage volume) during the first 24 hours after surgery, postoperative pain, and incidence of complications"
Context: its about a study in which 2 different surgical methods are compared, and in one of the methods the result is that the operation time is smaller, drainage volume is less, less pain afterwards and less complications.
Does that sentence above make sense then ? Thats how they published it in the journal at least.
And if it was out of context could it be a correct sentence. To me it would only make sense if you would put; Measured outcomes of the study were....