Table D.6Sensitivity analysis: induction acceptance = 90% at 41 weeks, 90% at 41+3 weeks, 95% at 42 weeks

StrategyCostIncremental costEffect (QALYs)Incremental effect (QALYs)ICER
No induction£99924.826
42 weeks£1,124£12524.8630.037£3,378
41+3 weeks£1,271£14724.9200.057£2,579
41 weeks£1,645£37424.9520.032£11,688

From: Appendix D, Cost-effectiveness of the timing of the first offer of induction of labour

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