Data supporting the 2019 Queensland Artificial Limb Service’s science report about innovations of health services and economic evaluation of limb lower bone-anchored prostheses

Published: 16 November 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/r3b6wdtd8x.1
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Laurent Frossard

Description

Input and output data supporting the 2019 Queensland Artificial Limb Service’s science report about innovations of health services and economic evaluation of limb lower bone-anchored prostheses including the evidence of impact, jurisdiction (i.e., State of Queensland, Queensland Artificial Limb Service), costs of prosthetist’s labor (i.e., tasks) as well as the cost-comparison (i.e., activity level) and cost-effectiveness analyses (i.e., incremental cost-effectiveness ratio) for the provision of transfemoral and transtibial bone-anchored compared to socket-suspended prostheses.

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Institutions

Queensland University of Technology - Kelvin Grove Campus, Griffith University - Gold Coast Campus, University of the Sunshine Coast

Categories

Limbs Development, Health Economics, Amputation, Prosthesis Implantation, Cost-Effectiveness Analysis, Cost-Utility Analysis, Prosthetics, Advanced Prosthetics, Bionics

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