Cost-Effectiveness Analyses of Hepatitis A Vaccine

@article{Anonychuk2012CostEffectivenessAO,
  title={Cost-Effectiveness Analyses of Hepatitis A Vaccine},
  author={Andrea M. Anonychuk and Andrea C. Tricco and Chris T. Bauch and Ba' Pham and Vladimir Gilca and Bernard Duval and Ava A John-Baptiste and Gloria Woo and Murray Krahn},
  journal={PharmacoEconomics},
  year={2012},
  volume={26},
  pages={17-32}
}
Cost-effectiveness/cost-utility studies of hepatitis A vaccine were identified via a series of literature searches (MEDLINE, EMBASE, HSTAR and SSCI). Citations and full-text articles were reviewed independently by two reviewers. Reference searching, author searches and expert consultation ensured literature saturation. Incremental cost-effectiveness ratios (ICERs) were abstracted for base-case analyses, converted to $US, year 2005 values, and categorised to reflect various levels of cost… Expand
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