Based on a conservative model of projected survival that assumed a gradual attenuation of CABG's clinical benefits, bypass surgery was associated with an incremental cost-effectiveness ratio of $8,132 per quality-adjusted year of life (QALY) gained.
What does ICER stand for?
ICER stands for Incremental Cost-Effectiveness Ratio
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- International Center for Economic Policy Studies (now Manhattan Institute; New York)
- Islamic Entrepreneurship Convention
- Illinois Consumer Education Proficiency Test (Illinois State Board of Education)
- Imperial Centre for Energy Policy and Technology (also seen as ICCEPT; UK)
- Inner City Entertainment Precinct Taskforce (Australia)
- International Conference on Electronic Packaging Technology
- Individualized Classroom Environment Questionnaire
- Intensive Care Experience Questionnaire
- Internal Control Evaluation Questionnaire (accounting)
- Incident Communications Emergency Reference (US FEMA)
- Inducible cAMP Early Repressor
- Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations (EU directive)
- Institute for Clinical and Epidemiologic Research
- International Computing Education Research (Workshop)
- International Congress of Eye Research
- Interoperability Certification Evaluation Report
- International Conference on Environmental Research and Assessment
- Interagency Country Exposure Review Committee
- International Cetacean Education Research Center
- International Competition Educational Research Creation
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The Markov model used for this analysis estimated the discounted incremental cost-effectiveness ratio (ICER) of renal denervation with the Symplicity system in U.
The Markov model used for the analysis estimated the discounted incremental cost-effectiveness ratio (ICER) of renal denervation with the Symplicity system in US dollars per quality-adjusted life year (QALY) was $3,071--well below the recognized threshold of $50,000 QALY.
The second strategy had an incremental cost-effectiveness ratio of $43,153 per QALY, and remained cost effective if the odds ratio of one-year mortality associated with delayed surgery was greater than 1.
13] A strategy is often considered cost-effective when the incremental cost-effectiveness ratio is less than $50 000 per quality-adjusted life-year.
The next most cost-effective test was the serum integrated screening test, but the incremental cost-effectiveness ratio (ICER) between the serum integrated screening and contingent screening tests was $3,815 Canadian dollars for every DS birth detected.
5 persons/ day (10% PPE failure rate, Orange Alert) to 30 persons/ day (0% reduction) per infected patient changed the incremental cost-effectiveness ratio from $2.
14) Analytic overview Using population-based data from 72 countries eligible for assistance from the GAVI Alliance and 33 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, together with country- and/or region-specific epidemiologic data, a model-based approach was used to estimate averted cases of invasive cancer, cancer deaths, life-expectancy gains, DALYs averted and incremental cost-effectiveness ratios (I$/DALY averted) for vaccination against HPV 16 and 18.