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Rising annual costs of dizziness presentations to U.S. emergency departments.
- A. S. Saber Tehrani, D. Coughlan, D. Newman-Toker
- Medicine, Political ScienceAcademic emergency medicine : official journal of…
- 1 July 2013
Total U.S. national costs for patients presenting with dizziness to the ED are substantial and are estimated to now exceed $4 billion per year (about 4% of total ED costs).
The COVID-19 pandemic in Ireland: An overview of the health service and economic policy response
The importance of health literacy in the development of 'Self Care’' cards for community pharmacies in Ireland
The 'Self Care’'initiative has the potential to be Pharmacy’s contribution to health education in Ireland and needs to be cognizant of the health literacy framework that equates the skills of individuals to the demands placed upon them.
Association of Leisure-Time Physical Activity Across the Adult Life Course With All-Cause and Cause-Specific Mortality
Evidence is provided that becoming physically active later in adulthood (40-61 years of age) may provide comparable health benefits to maintaining physical activity from adolescence into later adulthood.
The Irish Cost-Effectiveness Threshold: Does it Support Rational Rationing or Might it Lead to Unintended Harm to Ireland’s Health System?
Policy makers should consider the lack of an empirically informed threshold and recent Irish legislation that defined cost effectiveness in terms of the opportunity cost of services forgone when choosing what threshold to apply once the current industry agreement expires at the end of 2015.
Combination therapies for COVID‐19: An overview of the clinical trials landscape
- Sola Akinbolade, D. Coughlan, D. Craig
- BiologyBritish journal of clinical pharmacology
- 23 September 2021
An overview of the current clinical trial landscape for combination therapeutics targeting COVID‐19 through weekly scanning of national and international clinical trial registries is provided, with a focus on new and repurposed therapeutic candidates that have shown positive signals and/or been granted authorisation for emergency use based on positive efficacy and safety data.
Human papillomavirus status of head and neck cancer as determined in cytologic specimens using the hybrid-capture 2 assay.
Treatment and survival of childhood neuroblastoma: Evidence from a population-based study in the United States
- D. Coughlan, Matthew Gianferante, C. Lynch, Jennifer L. Stevens, L. Harlan
- MedicinePediatric hematology and oncology
- 4 July 2017
Variation in modality, systemic agents and sequence of treatment reflects the heterogeneity of therapy received by neuroblastoma patients as well as the 5-year estimated survival rates.
Evaluating direct medical expenditures estimation methods of adults using the medical expenditure panel survey: an example focusing on head and neck cancer.
Estimating the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of establishing additional endovascular Thrombectomy stroke Centres in England: a discrete event simulation
Changes in acute stroke service configuration will produce clinical and cost benefits when the time taken for patients to receive treatment is reduced and benefits are highly likely to be cost saving over 5 years before any capital investment above £8 million is required.