Financial analysis, personnel planning and organizational requirements for the installation of a kidney lithotripter in a urologic department.

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The first clinical experiences with extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy (ESWL)--the method of choice in noninvasive treatment of renal calculi--were so encouraging that more ESWL units are now being installed and a still larger number can be predicted. A cost-efficiency analysis shows that, in spite of high investment costs, a net saving of about DM 4,599… (More)

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@article{Miller1984FinancialAP, title={Financial analysis, personnel planning and organizational requirements for the installation of a kidney lithotripter in a urologic department.}, author={K. Miller and G. Fuchs and Jens Rassweiler and Ferdinand Eisenberger}, journal={European urology}, year={1984}, volume={10 4}, pages={217-21} }