Cost-effectiveness analysis of goal-directed hemodynamic treatment of elderly hip fracture patients: before clinical research starts.

@article{Bartha2012CosteffectivenessAO,
  title={Cost-effectiveness analysis of goal-directed hemodynamic treatment of elderly hip fracture patients: before clinical research starts.},
  author={Erzs{\'e}bet Bartha and Thomas Davidson and Ami Hommel and K. G. Thorngren and Per Carlsson and Sigridur Kalman},
  journal={Anesthesiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={117 3},
  pages={519-30}
}
BACKGROUND Health economic evaluations are increasingly used to make the decision to adopt new medical interventions. Before such decisions, various stakeholders have invested in clinical research. But health economic factors are seldom considered in research funding decisions. Cost-effectiveness analyses could be informative before the launch of clinical research projects, particularly when a targeted intervention is resource-intensive, total cost for the trial is very high, and expected gain… CONTINUE READING

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