Table 12HoLEP vs. TURP - Results of base case analysis

Mean cost (£)QALYsIncremental cost per QALY gained (HOLEP vs. TURP)Sensitivity analysis
TURP2,9388.5761-TURP is cost-effective if:
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probability that TURP fails < 12%

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probability that HoLEP fails > 13.5%

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RR of Incontince (Holep vs TURP) >1.51

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WMD in IPSS change <0.17

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TURP is not possible after HoLEP

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probability of incontinence after TURP and RR incontinence (HoLEP/TURP) are varied together (Figure 237).

HoLEP2,9208.6019HoLEP dominates (a)
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HoLEP dominates means that HoLEP is both more effective and less costly. Hence the ICER cannot be calculated.

From: Appendix F, Cost-effectiveness analysis

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