Table 34aVesco et al35: Sensitivity Analysis Varying Multiple Natural History Parameters*

StrategyColposcopiesIncremental ColposcopiesLife Years (LYs)Incremental LYsICLY
No intervention069074.37
Cytology, q5, Age 2162262269193.09118.725
Cytology and HPV, q5, Age 3080818669223.2630.176
Cytology and HPV, q3, Age 30102822069235.6912.4318
Cytology and HPV, q2, Age 30134231469241.135.4458
Cytology and HPV, q1, Age 30171437269246.535.4069
Cytology, q1, Age 21214242869246.750.221945
*

Refer to Appendix B for details. Results are presented as expected colposcopies per 1,000 women, incremental colposcopies, life-years, incremental life-years, and incremental colposcopies per life-year (ICLY) for strategies identified as efficient. Women are assumed to begin screening at age 21 years. For the combined cytology and HPV strategies, cytology-based screening only is assumed prior to age 30 years, with a repeat cytology test for ASC-US results. The strategy of cytology and HPV testing begins at age 30 years. Screening intervals of every 1 (q1), 2 (q2), 3 (q3), and 5 (q5) years are compared.

Refer to Appendix B for details. Results are presented as expected colposcopies per 1,000 women, incremental colposcopies, life-years, incremental life-years, and incremental colposcopies per life-year (ICLY) for strategies identified as efficient. Women are assumed to begin screening at age 21 years. For the combined cytology and HPV strategies, cytology-based screening only is assumed prior to age 30 years, with a repeat cytology test for ASC-US results. The strategy of cytology and HPV testing begins at age 30 years. Screening intervals of every 1 (q1), 2 (q2), 3 (q3), and 5 (q5) years are compared.

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