Extended cost-effectiveness analysis
for health policy assessment: a tutorial.
Evaluation and cost-effectiveness analysis
of prevention program of major thalassemia in Sistan- Balouchestan and Fars provinces.
The cost-effectiveness analysis
supports evaluation of costs and consequences of a treatment, program or health care policy, making it complete on evaluation among one or more alternatives (Drummond et al.
After a search in the world literature of articles on the cost-effectiveness analysis
of the use of opioid combinations with acetaminophen as a fixed dose for the management of acute pain, we did not find any articles on the use of those combinations.
Use of the monoclonal antibody anti-HER-2 trastuzumab in the treatment of metastatic breast cancer: a cost-effectiveness analysis
Basic Elements of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
for Higher Education
They study A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
of Adjuvant Chemoradiotherapy for Resected Gastric Cancer.
goes a step further, examining both the benefits and costs of different medical treatments.
of this valuable reference features 724 new terms, bringing the total to 2310, and many new additions, including greater and more consistent use of cross-references, a larger bibliography, an appendix listing cost-effectiveness analysis
studies, and both subject and name indexes.
The possibilities of cost-effectiveness analysis
(CEA) for priority-setting in SA are explored by Jane Doherty.
of unsafe abortion and alternative first-trimester pregnancy termination strategies in Nigeria and Ghana.
Thoughtful assumptions are needed to begin a cost-effectiveness analysis
of a contraceptive for any given woman: