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Cost Information on Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment Decisions

The purpose of this study was to determine whether the provision of societal cost information affects patients' decisions whether or not to undergo surgical management in carpal tunnel syndrome, using a hypothetical scenario.

Cost-effectiveness and Cost-utility of Liberal vs Restrictive Red Blood Cell Transfusion Strategies in Patients With Acute Myocardial Infarction and Anaemia.

Anemia in patients with myocardial infarction (MI) is a relatively frequent issue, resulting in poorer outcome. There is equipoise regarding which transfusion strategy is best, and there is an international consensus on the urgent need for a randomized trial. We hypothesize that a "restrictive" transfusion strategy is at least non-inferior to a "liberal" transfusion strategy on 30-day outcomes of MI patients with anemia. Given the costs and risks of transfusion, a cost-effecti...

Cost Utility Analyses of Adalimumab Treatment in Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

Evaluation of Health Related Quality of Life (HRQL) is of a paramount importance in assessing the impact of Rheumatoid Arthritis on patients' health status, however when costs associated with Rheumatoid Arthritis are also taken into account, the information provided may lead to a more balanced view in analyzing the treatment of the disease. In accordance with the above, the main objective of our study will be to evaluate the impact of Adalimumab treatment not only on patients'...

Health Economic Assessment of Tygacil® in the Treatment of Secondary Peritonitis in Intensive Care Units (ICUs)

The main goals of the study are: Assessment of Tygacil's cost-effectiveness; Process cost analysis from a hospital perspective (including length of stay, treatment costs, side effect management costs, costs of monitoring, costs of diagnostic procedures, cost of care (TISS 10 score etc.); Efficacy of Tygacil under usual care conditions (cure rate).

Cost-Effectiveness of Family Based Pediatric Obesity Treatment

To determine the cost effectiveness of treating the child alone and parent alone to traditional family-based method of obesity treatment. It is hypothesized that a family-based approach will be more cost effective, and will support the savings and effectiveness of treating multiple family members together.

Endobronchial Valve for Emphysema PalliatioN Trial (VENT) Cost-effectiveness Sub-Study

The purpose of the VENT Cost-Effectiveness Sub-Study is to gather healthcare utilization and quality of life information on patients enrolled in the VENT study in order to analyze the relative cost-effectiveness of the endobronchial valve implant procedure.

Longitudinal Innate Immunity and Aging Study

This study plans to examine biological bases of cognitive aging. The goals of the study are to better understand how immune system markers, measured in the blood and in the spinal fluid, are related to clinical features of aging over time. The study also aims to better understand how different types of biomarkers may relate to immune health and the aging process. This research may ultimately help us better understand what puts individuals at risk for cognitive decline and for A...

Cost of Off-label Antibiotics in Osteoarticular Infections

Due to the emergence of multidrug-resistant micro-organisms in patients with bone and joint infection (BJI), the prescription of off-labeled antibiotics seem to be more and more common as part of routine care. These new antibiotics are, however, more expensive, and there are no precise data in France regarding the volume and cost of such off-label prescriptions in hospital, in the post-acute care structures, and in the outpatient setting. The objective of this study is to esti...

Cost and Medical Care of Patients With Advanced Serious Illness in Singapore (COMPASS) Study

Cost and Medical Care of Patients with Advanced Serious Illness in Singapore (COMPASS),is a cohort study which aims to capture health care utilization, cost, and quality of life indicators of patients with advanced cancer and their primary caregivers.

Characterizing the Senior High Cost User (HCU) in Ontario

High cost users (HCUs) are a small group of patients who use a disproportionate amount of health care resources. This study is a retrospective population-based matched cohort analysis of newly incident senior High Cost Users (HCUs) defined as Ontarians aged 66 years or older in the top 5% of healthcare expenditure users in fiscal year 2013 (FY2013). The study objectives are to characterize and contrast Ontario senior HCUs to non-HCUs based on their demographics, co-morbidities,...

Does Letrozole Improve the Outcomes and/or Reduce the Cost of IVF-ET Cycles?

This research is being done to determine whether the success rate of in vitro fertilization treatment can be improved, while lowering the cost incurred from infertility medications using a pill called letrozole.

Evaluation of the Cost of a Nosocomial Infection With Clostridium Difficile

Clostridium difficile is the first cause of nosocomial infectious diarrhea, due to its mode of transmission and its resistance in the environment. Nosocomiality is defined by the apparition of an infection 48 hours after the patient's hospitalization. Clostridium difficile contamination occurs oro-fecally and is transmitted directly through the hand or from the contaminated environment (during care or not). By implementing prevention and optimal treatment, nosocomial infection...

Primary Aldosteronism: Prospective Screening Registry in China

1. Study name: A prospective study of the incidence and outcomes of Primary aldosteronism in Chinese hypertensive patients 2. Rationale: Unlike essential hypertension, secondary hypertension is caused by certain defined diseases or causes. For this reason, secondary hypertension can often be cured or effectively controlled. As one of the most common types of secondary hypertension, it is estimated that primary aldosteronism (PA) accounts for 5%-10% of all...

An Observational Study of the Safety of Direct-acting Antivirals in Patients With Hepatitis C

We will assess whether patients with the Hepatitis C virus (HCV) who are prescribed direct-acting antiviral (DAA) medications experience higher rates of adverse events than patients with HCV who are untreated. We hypothesize that patients receiving DAAs do not experience higher rates of adverse events compared to patients who have not received DAAs. Our population is adults between the ages of 18 and 88 with any indication of a diagnosis of HCV. An intervention group (those rec...

Cost-effectiveness of Adalimumab and Surgery vs Adalimumab in HS

The primary objective of this randomized controlled clinical trial in a real life setting is to evaluate the cost-utility of limumab monotherapy compared with the combination of adalimumab and a maximum of three surgeries after two years of treatment in adult patients with moderate to severe HS.

Skeletal Muscle Properties and the Metabolic Cost of Walking Post-stroke

Of the ~700,000 persons who suffer a stroke each year, only 50% recover the ability to perform unlimited community walking. One mechanism contributing to locomotor dysfunction post-stroke is an increased metabolic cost of walking relative to neurologically healthy individuals 2-4. This increased cost likely limits the amount of walking performed, which further reduces functional capacity, thus contributing to long-term spiral of disability and decreased quality of life in the...

Hypophosphatemia as a Predictive Marker of Mortality During Sepsis in ICU

Retrospective study in the 3 intensive care units of the Brest Teaching Hospital (France) during a 18-months period (June 2014 -December 2015) to study the independent association between hypophosphatemia and 90-day mortality.

Determining Best Indications for Bracing for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis

This is a prospective study for Investigating the cost-effectiveness of current bracing protocols for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS). It is hypothesized that aggressive management of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) including early bracing at mild curve magnitudes and surgery at 40 degrees is more cost-effective while maintaining similar health quality of life. Scoliosis Research Society 22-item and EuroQol- 5 dimension questionnaires and direct/indirect medical cos...

Alcohol Locks for the Prevention of Tunneled Catheter-related Infections

In modern-day medicine, the use of central venous catheters has become unavoidable. However, their use does not come without risk. It puts patients in danger of infectious complications (catheter-related infections [CRI]), the most important of which is catheter-related bloodstream infection (CRBSI). CRBSI is associated with a significant increase in hospital stay and, therefore, cost of patient management, morbidity, and probably also mortality. There still is an urgent need f...

Health Economics Evaluation of the Management of Severe Postpartum Hemorrhage: Comparison of Recombinant Activated Factor VII Strategy to the Reference Strategy

The main objective of this project is to assess the average cost of the treatment of bleeding postpartum with recombinant activated factor VII (NovoSeven®) and compare it to the reference strategy. Costs related to medicine NovoSeven® can generate surplus, but it also avoids in some cases very costly invasive procedures. It will be interesting to compare the average cost of the complete strategies supported.

Diagnosis of Prader-Willi Syndrome and Angelman Syndrome

In a retrospective study, data were assessed from cases regarding PWS/AS that underwent molecular diagnosis at the National Chen-Kung University Hospital, Tainan, Taiwan, between January 2001 and December 2014.

Cost Efficacy Evaluation of Robot Assisted Radical Prostatectomy

In this observational cost efficacy study, the investigator compare the Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy (LRP) versus Robotic-Assisted Laparoscopic Prostatectomy (RALP). Every cost of care that include hospitalization related or post operative medical consumption are obtained and recorded up to 5 years follow up. Functional results (continence, potency, quality of life) are obtained through standardised questionnaires. Carcinologic results are estimated by Prostate Specific A...

Contrast Echocardiography Cost Effectiveness for Left Ventricular Thrombus Assessment

To perform a cost-effectiveness analysis for the routine use of contrast in rest echocardiography in patients with dilated or ischemic cardiomyopathy from the United States healthcare system, provider and payer perspectives.

Effects of a Walking Intervention on Health Outcomes in Older Adults

Medical condition or disease under investigation : Quantitative and qualitative aspects of sleep, quality of life, functional ability and well-being in older adults (>55years) Purpose of clinical trial : To study the prospective effects of a walking intervention (Health promotion program) on quantitative and qualitative aspects of sleep, quality of life, functional ability and well-being in older adults. Primary objective : Measure the effects of walking intervention on quant...

Cost Effectiveness of Language Services in Hospital Emergency Departments (EDs)

Numerous studies suggest that the use of in-person, professionally trained medical interpreters can reduce health care costs associated with diagnosing and treating patients with limited English proficiency. However, few studies have specifically addressed the question of the cost-effectiveness of language services in health care settings. This study used a randomized controlled study design to compare the cost-effectiveness of using professional interpreters with Spanish-speak...

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