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Finally, the cost-utility, considered a derivation of the cost-effectiveness analysis and has as outcome unit monetary and the clinical benefits measured by life quality of patients.
In this cost-effectiveness analysis of fixed combinations of acetaminophen and opioids for the management of moderate or severe acute pain in Colombia, from the perspective of the health system, it was found that the AC formulation has a lower cost and is more effective in reducing moderate-to- severe acute pain within the first 4-6 h after the administration of a single dose, compared to AH and AT.
Cost-effectiveness analysis may sound like a complicated academic concept, but the truth is that we use this type of thinking in our daily lives.
Prospective Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Cetuximab in Metastatic Colorectal Cancer: Evaluation of National Cancer Institute of Canada Clinical Trials Group CO.
Cost-effectiveness analysis for priority-setting in South Africa--what are the possibilities?
Given the existing scientific evidence of the superiority in efficacy of ETV compared to LVD for chronic hepatitis B treatment, we made a cost-effectiveness analysis of these two therapies, using Brazilian Sistema Unico de Saude (SUS) data.
In increasing order of complexity they are: cost-effectiveness analysis; weighted cost-effectiveness analysis (sometimes referred as to cost-utility analysis); and cost-benefit analysis.
Doxycycline compared with azithromycin for treating women with genital Chlamydia trachomatis infections: an incremental cost-effectiveness analysis.
Cost-effectiveness analysis of cetuximab/irinotecan vs active/best supportive care for the treatment of metastatic colorectal cancer patients who have failed previous chemotherapy treatment N Starling, D Tilden, J White and D Cunningham British Journal of Cancer, 2007, 96, 206-212