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Cost-Benefit Ratios for Risk Mitigation on Structures in Mexico
(Instituto Politécnico Nacional, 2007)
Cost-benefit of hospitalization compared with outpatient care for pregnant women with pregestational and gestational diabetes or with mild hyperglycemia, in Brazil
(Associação Paulista de Medicina (APM), 2012-01-01)
CONTEXTO E OBJETIVO: Gestações complicadas pelo diabetes estão associadas com aumento de complicações maternas e neonatais. Os custos hospitalares aumentam de acordo com a assistência prestada. O objetivo foi calcular o ...
Avaliação de custos das internações de gestantes diabéticas de um Hospital Universitário do interior de São Paulo
This study aimed at identifying the hospitalization costs of pregnant women with Diabetes Mellitus (DM) at a University Hospital. It is an observational, quantitative study with descriptive data analysis. The direct and ...
The Costs and benefits of Financial Globalization in the Caribbean Subregion
(ECLAC, Subregional Headquarters for the Caribbean, 2015)
Factors affecting the strength of denture repairs: Topics of interest
Fracture of dentures is a common clinical finding in daily prosthodontic practice, resulting in great inconvenience to both patient and dentist. A satisfactory repair should be cost-effective, simple to perform, and quick; ...
Rapid Syphilis Testing Is Cost-Effective Even in Low-Prevalence Settings: The
(Public Library of Science, 2016)
Studies have addressed cost-effectiveness of syphilis testing of pregnant women in high-prevalence settings. This study compares costs of rapid syphilis testing (RST) with laboratory-based rapid plasma reagin (RPR) tests ...
Institutional Safeguards for Cost Benefit Analysis: Lessons from the Chilean National Investment System
This paper discusses some institutional and procedural designs that can strengthen CBA as a decision making tool within the public sector. Our discussion is based on Chile’s National Public Investment System (SNI) the ...
The cost of illness attributable to diabetic foot and cost-effectiveness of secondary prevention in Peru
BACKGROUND: Diabetes mellitus is a public health challenge worldwide, and roughly 25% of patients with diabetes in developing countries will develop at least one foot ulcer during their lifetime. The gravest outcome of an ...