Table 89Cost-effectiveness findings from probabilistic sensitivity analysis – first year following investment in extra lists

StrategyCostIncremental CostEffectivenessIncremental effectivenessIncremental Cost-effectiveness ratio (ICER)
No hospital investment for early surgery£46.4K2.321
Hospital investment for early surgery (<48 hours)
(with probability of early surgery from second year of investment=84.49% and with total number of patients operated in that year = 441)
£47.3K£0.8K2.4150.094£/QALY 8933

From: Appendix H, Health economic analysis

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