Figure J.3. Sensitivity analysis showing cost savings of immediate birth compared with expectant management in women with mild/moderate pre-eclampsia preterm, varying the incidence of severe disease in the expectant management strategy.

Figure J.3Sensitivity analysis showing cost savings of immediate birth compared with expectant management in women with mild/moderate pre-eclampsia preterm, varying the incidence of severe disease in the expectant management strategy

From: Appendix J, Economic analysis of immediate birth (induction of labour) versus expectant management in women who have pre-eclampsia with mild or moderate hypertension at 34–37 weeks of gestation

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