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Fig. 3. Bootstrap analysis showing incremental cost-effectiveness ratios at 12 months (blue) and estimated at 24 months (red) after gastric electrical stimulation (GES). Data from the 28 patients included in the analysis were re-sampled 500 times for each patient. As seen in the figure, more samples are located under the line for willingness to pay (WTP) after 24 months (red) than after 12 months (blue). Based on the analysis GES was cost-effective after 24 months. QALY, quality adjusted life year.
Journal of Neurogastroenterology and Motility 2017;23:541~549
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