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Cost-Benefit Analysis

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  • 1.   "Anything you can do, I can do bigger?": the ethics and equity of growth hormone for small normal children

    This article discusses the use of growth hormone (GH) for small normal children ("idiopathic" short stature) with the following considerations: ethical (philosophical) grounds, cost-economic implications, and the rationale for treating

    Arch Dis Child, Vol: 91 Page: 270-2 March 2006
    D. G. Gill

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  • 2.   A cost-benefit evaluation of helicopter transfers to the Beaumont neurosurgical unit

    In this study a retrospective analysis of all consecutive helicopter transfers to the Beaumont neurosurgical unit was performed over a two year period from January 1994 to December 1996.

    Ir Med J, Vol: 93 Page: 50-1 2000 Mar-Apr
    R. Dardis; G. Roberts; J. Phillips

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  • 3.   A randomized controlled trial assessing the health economics of realtime teledermatology compared with conventional care: an urban versus rural perspective

    The aim of this study was to assess the health economics of realtime teledermatology compared with conventional care: an urban versus rural perspective

    J Telemed Telecare, Vol: 7 Page: 108-18 2001
    M. A. Loane; S. E. Bloomer; R. Corbett; D. J. Eedy; C. Evans; N. Hicks; P. Jacklin; H. E. Lotery; C. Mathews; J. Paisley; P. Reid; K. Steele; R. Wootton

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  • 4.   Cost effectiveness of hepatitis B vaccination strategies in Ireland: an economic evaluation

    The aim of this study was to undertake an economic evaluation of a universal infant hepatitis B vaccination programme, a six-component vaccine, compared with the current strategy of vaccinating high-risk infants with a monovalent hepatitis B vaccine

    Eur J Public Health, Vol: 18 Page: 275-82 June 2008
    L. Tilson; L. Thornton; D. O'Flanagan; H. Johnson; M. Barry

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  • 5.   Echocardiographic screening for congenital heart disease: a randomized study

    The aim of this study was to assess the effectiveness and potential cost of an echocardiographic screening program for congenital heart disease

    J Perinat Med, Vol: 30 Page: 307-12 2002
    A. Sands; B. Craig; C. Mulholland; C. Patterson; J. Dornan; F. Casey

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  • 6.   Economic impact of treating inhibitor patients

    This article discusses a literature review of the economics of managing haemophilia patients with inhibitors

    Pathophysiol Haemost Thromb, Vol: 32 Suppl 1 Page: 29-32 2002
    L. Lacey

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  • 7.   Neonatal ventilation with inhaled nitric oxide vs. ventilatory support without inhaled nitric oxide for infants with severe respiratory failure born at or near term: the INNOVO multicentre randomised controlled trial

    The aim of this study was to assess neonatal ventilation with inhaled nitric oxide vs. ventilatory support without inhaled nitric oxide for infants with severe respiratory failure born at or near term

    Neonatology, Vol: 91 Page: 73-82 2007
    D. Field; D. Elbourne; P. Hardy; A. C. Fenton; J. Ahluwalia; H. L. Halliday; N. Subhedar; K. Heinonen; O. Aikio; R. Grieve; A. Truesdale; K. Tomlin; C. Normand; J. Stocks

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  • 8.   Postnatal dexamethasone: what is the real cost-benefit ratio?

    This paper discusses postnatal corticosteroids given early after birth reduce the risk of chronic lung disease in preterm infants but are associated with an approximate doubling of the risk of adverse neurosensory outcomes

    Acta Paediatr, Vol: 92 Page: 888-9 August 2003
    H. L. Halliday

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  • 9.   Readmission with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection among graduates from a neonatal intensive care unit

    We evaluated the incidence of readmission with respiratory syncytial virus infection among the graduates of a regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and characterized those who were rehospitalized

    Pediatr Pulmonol, Vol: 34 Page: 262-6 October 2002
    J. McCormick; R. Tubman

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  • 10.   Role of fluoride in oral health promotion

    This article reviews key issues currently impacting on the role of fluoride in preventing dental caries

    Int Dent J, Vol: 50 Page: 119-28 June 2000
    J. J. Clarkson; J. McLoughlin

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  • 11.   The public health importance of Ascaris lumbricoides

    This article discusses the public health importance of Ascaris lumbricoides

    Parasitology, Vol: 121 Suppl Page: S51-71 2000
    P. O'Lorcain; C. V. Holland

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  • 12.   Universal neonatal hearing screening

    This article discusses universal neonatal hearing screening

    Ir Med J, Vol: 98 Page: 86-7 March 2005
    C. S. O'Gorman; M. A. Hamid; G. P. Fox

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  • 13.   Use of steroids in the perinatal period

    This article discusse systematic reviews of randomised controlled trials of prenatal and postnatal corticosteroids from the Cochrane Library to determine the cost-benefit ratios of treatment

    Paediatr Respir Rev, Vol: 5 Suppl A Page: S321-7 2004
    H. L. Halliday

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