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Figure 3 | Critical Care

Figure 3

From: Cost-effectiveness of activated protein C in real-life clinical practice

Figure 3

Cost-effectiveness acceptability curves of rhAPC. The curves represent the probability that treatment with recombinant human activated protein C (rhAPC) is associated with a cost per life-year gained and a cost per quality-adjusted life-years (QALY) gained that are lower than the corresponding incremental cost-effectiveness ratios shown on the x-axis. There was a 74.5% probability that the use of rhAPC would be cost-effective if there were willingness to pay €50,000 per life-year gained and a 64.3% probability if there were willingness to pay €50,000 per QALY gained.

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