Ranolazine for the treatment of chronic stable angina: a cost-effectiveness analysis from the UK perspective

@inproceedings{Coleman2015RanolazineFT,
  title={Ranolazine for the treatment of chronic stable angina: a cost-effectiveness analysis from the UK perspective},
  author={Craig I Coleman and Nick Freemantle and Christine G Kohn},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2015}
}
OBJECTIVES To estimate the cost-effectiveness of ranolazine when added to standard-of-care (SoC) antianginals compared with SoC alone in patients with stable coronary disease experiencing ≥3 attacks/week. SETTING An economic model utilising a UK health system perspective, a 1-month cycle-length and a 1-year time horizon. PARTICIPANTS Patients with stable coronary disease experiencing ≥3 attacks/week starting in 1 of 4 angina frequency health states based on Seattle Angina Questionnaire… CONTINUE READING
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