Bayesian analysis of trial-based cost-effectiveness in the presence of missing data: effects of including covariates on efficiency of estimation in the ASTER trial


Methods ASTER was a prospective, international, open-label, randomised-controlled study, with a trial-based economic analysis over 6 months. Due to delays in starting the health economic study, resource use data were collected prospectively for the second half of the study only. Although resource use data could be ascertained retrospectively, some items… (More)


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