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National Collaborating Centre for Women’s and Children’s Health (UK). Long-acting Reversible Contraception: The Effective and Appropriate Use of Long-Acting Reversible Contraception. London: RCOG Press; 2005 Oct. (NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 30.)

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Long-acting Reversible Contraception: The Effective and Appropriate Use of Long-Acting Reversible Contraception.

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Appendix DResults of the sensitivity analysis

D.1. Varying failure rates of IUD by ±10%

The table shows the ranges of ICERs between the implant and the IUD resulting from changing the base-case value of the IUD failure rate by ±10%.

Duration of useICERs following changes of +10% and −10% in IUD failure rates
1 year£15,430 – £19,813
2 years£15,132 – £21,688
3 years£12,348 – £18,115
4 years£15,487 – £19,210
5 years£7,115 – £8,087
6 years£3,863 – £4,254
7 years£4,265 – £4,592
8 years£3,086 – £3,304
9 years£1,799 – £1,933
10 years£2,273 – £2,414
11 years£1,836 – £1,951
12 years£1,502 – £1,599
13 years£1,832 – £1,935
14 years£1,575 – £1,666
15 years£1,363 – £1,444
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