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Prices For Cardiac Implant Devices May Be Up To Six Times Higher In The US Than In Some European Countries.

Medical devices are estimated to account for 6 percent of health expenditures in the US and 7 percent in European Union (EU) countries. Cardiac implants are a large segment of the market, but little is known about their prices. Using 2006-14 data from a large hospital panel survey, this article provides a systematic comparison of prices of cardiac implants between the US and four EU countries. The data reveal that prices were two to six times higher in the US than in Germany, where cardiac implants were g...


A review of non-invasive insulin delivery systems for diabetes therapy in clinical trials over the past decade.

At present, the main form of insulin administration is the invasive subcutaneous (s.c.) route and, for many patients, this means managing their glucose levels with multiple daily injections, which is both painful and difficult to administer chronically. To increase patient compliance, products are slowly reaching the market that are more patient friendly, such as the insulin patch-pump systems, including Omnipod and V-Go, but also the inhaled-insulin Afrezza and the buccal insulin Oral-lyn™. In this revie...

The impact of pharmaceutical tendering on prices and market concentration in South Africa over a 14-year period.

We investigated the South African tendering system for medicines to (a) evaluate its impact on prices and market concentration over a 14-year period and (b) analyze the accuracy of government forecasts of drug demand.


Evolution of Average European Medicine Prices: Implications for the Methodology of External Price Referencing.

There are indications of staggered market entry of medicines in the national markets, with medicines being marketed first in countries with high prices. This study aimed to analyse the availability and evolution of medicine prices in the European Union (EU).

Insulin Bolus Administration in Insulin Pump Therapy: Effect of Bolus Delivery Speed on Insulin Absorption from Subcutaneous Tissue.

This study assessed subcutaneous absorption kinetics of rapid-acting insulin administered as a bolus using bolus delivery speeds commonly employed in commercially available insulin pumps (i.e., 2 and 40 s for delivering 1 insulin unit).

How does managed competition affect hospital prices in a social health insurance system? The Colombian case.

This paper studies the effect on hospital service prices of a health system reform that allows managed selective contracting and regulation as a means for efficiency and price competition. Cross-sectional data about prices and market structure were analysed from a pool of 20 markets which includes 15 million Colombians. A multilevel regression method comparing three different market settings was performed. The analysis evaluates the effects of insurer choice, hospital quality and market characteristics usin...

Cp1-11 peptide/insulin complex loaded pH-responsive nanoparticles with enhanced oral bioactivity.

To improve the oral efficiency of insulin, a novel oral insulin delivery system was developed, to protect the insulin from destruction, and to deliver monomeric insulin with higher bioactivity. The oral insulin delivery system was developed by using chitosan/alginate nanoparticles as carriers for the oral delivery of Cp1-11 peptide/insulin complex (Cp1-11 peptide/Insulin Loaded Nanoparticle, CILN). There is a supramolecular interaction between the insulin and the Cp1-11 peptide, which could inhibit insulin ...

Accuracy of Bolus and Basal Rate Delivery of Different Insulin Pump Systems.

Insulin pumps are used for basal rate and bolus insulin delivery in patients with diabetes. In this in vitro study, accuracy of delivery of different commercial insulin pumps was evaluated.

How do housing prices affect consumption in China? New evidence from a continuous wavelet analysis.

In this paper, we revisit the relationship between housing prices and consumption in China by using a continuous wavelet analysis. This method provides an insight into the dynamic nexus in both time and frequency domains. In general, Empirical results show that there is a positive relationship between the two series in China, although it varies across time and frequencies. First, we find that disposable income is the core factor which affects both consumption and housing prices in China. Second, housing pri...

Back from the Dead. ACA Exchange Market Looking Healthy, Hale, and Competitive.

The brighter outlook for 2019 is what happens when the learning curve starts to flatten out. Remember, this market has only existed for five years. Margins over the past six months have exceeded even pre-ACA levels, and loss ratios reached new lows in the second quarter of 2018.

Rapid changes in the microvascular circulation of skeletal muscle impair insulin delivery during sepsis.

Sepsis costs the healthcare system $23 billion annually and has a mortality rate between 10-40%. An early indication of sepsis is the onset of hyperglycemia, which is the result of sepsis-induced insulin resistance in skeletal muscle. Previous investigations have focused on events in the myocyte (e.g. insulin signaling and glucose transport and subsequent metabolism) as the causes for this insulin resistant state. However, the delivery of insulin to the skeletal muscle is also an important determinant of in...

Recent advances of polysaccharide-based nanoparticles for oral insulin delivery.

Diabetes mellitus is a highly prevalent metabolic and chronic disease affecting millions of people in the world. The most common route of insulin therapy is the subcutaneous injection due to its low bioavailability and enzymatic degradation. The search for effective and high patient compliance insulin delivery systems has been a major challenge over many decades. The polysaccharide-based nanoparticles as delivery vehicles for insulin oral administration have recently attracted substantial interests. The pre...

Hospital Prices Grew Substantially Faster Than Physician Prices For Hospital-Based Care In 2007-14.

Evidence suggests that growth in providers' prices drives growth in health care spending on the privately insured. However, existing work has not systematically differentiated between the growth rate of hospital prices and that of physician prices. We analyzed growth in both types of prices for inpatient and hospital-based outpatient services using actual negotiated prices paid by insurers. We found that in the period 2007-14 hospital prices grew substantially faster than physician prices. For inpatient car...

Preparation, properties and challenges of the microneedles-based insulin delivery system.

Microneedle technology relates to pharmacy, polymer chemistry and micromachining. Microneedle can effectively deliver insulin into systemic circulation across the skin. This process does not affect the activity of insulin. Compared to subcutaneous injection, microneedles cause less pain for their special structure. This review thoroughly discusses the preparation technologies of the microneedles-based insulin delivery system including solid, hollow, dissolving, phase transition, glucose-responsive microneed...

What are the main factors affecting carbon price in Emission Trading Scheme? A case study in China.

Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) has the potential to influence energy consumption, environmental quality and economy directly and ETS price is the key of ETS market. On December 27, 2017, China's carbon trading market was officially launched, which may be the largest platform of ETS in the world. Therefore, this paper seeks to assess the influencing factors of emission trading price (industry coverage, the annual decline factor, and free allowance rate) and analyzes the impact mechanism in detail by applying ...

Expression and purification of recombinant human insulin from E. coli 20 strain.

The number of people with diabetes is estimated to be over 370 million, in 2030 it will increase to 552 million. In Poland, the number of people with diabetes is estimated to be 3.5 million (9.1%). According to the estimates of the International Diabetes Federation, the percentage of patients in the adult Polish population will increase to around 11% over the next 20 years. Despite the appearance of insulin analogues on the pharmaceutical market, insulin delivery is still the most effective method of pharma...

New glucose oxidase-immobilized stimuli-responsive dextran nanoparticles for insulin delivery.

Designing strategies for the use of biopolymer-based nanoparticles as drug delivery carriers is a considerable challenge in pharmaceutical science. Present study reports synthesis of a novel glucose responsive and in-vitro pH triggered insulin delivery system comprised of glucose oxidase immobilized on acryloyl crosslinked dextran dialdehyde (ACDD) nanoparticles. Scanning electron microscopy, transmission electron microscopy and particle size analysis data revealed that these carriers possess nanosize which...

Targeting insulin to the liver corrects defects in glucose metabolism caused by peripheral insulin delivery.

Peripheral hyperinsulinemia resulting from subcutaneous insulin injection is associated with metabolic defects which include abnormal glucose metabolism. The first aim of this study was to quantify the impairments in liver and muscle glucose metabolism that occur when insulin is delivered via a peripheral vein compared to when it is given through its endogenous secretory route (the hepatic portal vein) in overnight fasted conscious dogs. The second aim was to determine if peripheral delivery of a hepato-pre...

Lower plasma insulin levels during overnight closed-loop in school children with type 1 diabetes: Potential advantage? A randomized cross-over trial.

Studies have shown that overnight closed-loop insulin delivery can improve glucose control and reduce the risk of hypoglycemia and hence may improve metabolic outcomes and reduce burden for children with type 1 diabetes and their families. However, research so far has not reported insulin levels while comparing closed-loop to open-loop insulin delivery in children. Therefore, in this study we obtained glucose levels as well as plasma insulin levels in children with type 1 diabetes to evaluate the efficacy o...

E-drug delivery: a futuristic approach.

Drug delivery systems are undergoing technology changes to enhance patient comfort and compliance. Electronic drug delivery (E-drug delivery) systems are being developed to regulate drug dose delivery by easy monitoring of doses, especially in chronic and age-related diseases. E-drug delivery can monitor the correct dose of anesthesia and could be used in GI tracking by E-capsules and in epilepsy, insulin drug delivery, cardiac ailments and cancer therapy. Wearable E-drug delivery systems and Smartphone app...

Oral administration of salecan-based hydrogels for controlled insulin delivery.

We present an improved type of food gum (salecan) based hydrogels for oral delivery of insulin. Structural hydrogel formation was assessed with Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, thermogravimetric analysis and X-ray diffraction. We found that the hydrogel modulus, morphology, and swelling properties can be controlled by varying the salecan dose during hydrogel formation. Insulin was introduced into the hydrogel using a swelling-diffusion approach and then further used a drug prototype. In vitro insuli...

Market Power: Price Variation Among Commercial Insurers For Hospital Services.

Much research has focused on differences in hospital prices paid by private (commercial) versus public (Medicare and Medicaid) health insurers. Far less is known about price differences across commercial payers-health maintenance organizations (HMOs) or preferred provider organizations (PPOs) versus other payers, such as casualty (automobile), workers' compensation, and travel insurers. We found that other insurers had far less negotiating power with hospitals than commercial HMO/PPO insurers did. In the pe...

Prices, availability and affordability of insulin products: a cross-sectional survey in Shaanxi Province, western China.

To evaluate price, availability and affordability of insulin products in Shaanxi Province, western China.

Injectable and biodegradable phospholipid-based phase separation gel for sustained delivery of insulin.

Long-term and daily injection of insulin for the treatment of diabetes mellitus often bring great suffering to patients. In order to reduce injection frequency and improve patient compliance, an injectable in-situ forming phospholipid-based phase separation gel (PPSG) was formulated in the present study. Insulin was loaded into PPSG for sustained and controlled delivery, which could maintain the bioactivity of insulin during its release process. The in-situ formation and degradation behavior of PPSG in vivo...

General equilibrium with endogenous trading constraints.

In a competitive model where agents are subject to endogenous trading constraints, we make the access to financial trade dependent on prices and consumption decisions. Our framework is compatible with the existence of both credit market segmentation and market exclusion. In this context, we show equilibrium existence in two scenarios. In the first one, individuals can fully hedge the payments of segmented financial contracts by trading unsegmented assets. In the second one, it is assumed that agents may com...


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