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Additional rituximab will improve the cure rate, but it is not popular in China because of its increased medical cost.
      
Objective: To evaluate clinical, Quality of Life (QoL) and medical cost outcomes in patients with symptomatic reflux esophagitis (RE) receiving different "triple combination therapy".
      
Medical cost data were collected with cost analysis questionnaire.
      
There were no statistical difference of medical cost between the two groups (P>amp;gt;0.
      
Inadequately assessed and poorly managed pain contributes both to high general medical cost and to increasing numbers of societal problems.
      
A micro-costing technique was used to determine the direct medical cost of each strategy.
      
Also the medical cost balance based on arthroscopic findings has to take into account that a wrong diagnosis is possible and therefore charged wrong.
      
The medical cost of seizure localization would thereby be reduced.
      
According to our results, the total national medical cost of diabetes alone in 2001 was $317 million and that of diabetic patients was $564 million, 6.9% and 12.4% of the total Israeli HMO budget, respectively.
      
can be cured but there may be a medical cost of such a cure, in terms of both acute and long term toxicity.
      
The direct medical cost of hospitalization of patients with osteoporosis and/or related fractures was 357?million CHF.
      
Direct health care cost amounted to € 3.2 billion (37% of total cost), direct non-medical cost totalled € 1.5 billion (17%), and indirect cost € 4.1 billion (47%).
      
An increasing number of patients are surviving into adulthood in better health, but still at some medical cost.
      
The medical cost savings of such an application may be very significant and bears further study.
      
Direct medical cost of primary therapy, failure, complications and side effects were included in the cost calculations.
      
Consumer behavior change can result in measurable improvements in quality and medical cost savings from postponement or avoidance of preventable complications.
      
Censoring is a common problem with medical cost data.
      
This paper provides a systematic treatment of the correction for nonrandom sample selection bias of medical cost data where the selection rule is described by a censored regression model.
      
Data from a study on the medical cost of breast, prostate, colon, and lung cancer is used as an application of the method.
      
There are studies showing medical cost offsets, although they tend to be in circumscribed research settings.
      
 

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