Cure rate after TVT for urodynamic stress UI (varying retention)ICER (cost per cure)Comment
60%Urodynamics dominates
68%Urodynamics dominatesThreshold for dominance
70%£1,320Urodynamics more effective
80%£14,608Urodynamics more effective

From: Appendix D, Economic evidence for urodynamics

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