Skip to main content

Advertisement

Fig. 2 | Critical Care

Fig. 2

From: Costs and expected gain in lifetime health from intensive care versus general ward care of 30,712 individual patients: a distribution-weighted cost-effectiveness analysis

Fig. 2

a Cost-effectiveness acceptability curve: all patients. The probability that ICU admission versus general ward care was cost-effective was 95% at a threshold of €22,000/QALY (threshold indicated by long dashed line). b Cost-effectiveness acceptability curve: by type of admission. The probability that ICU admission versus general ward care was cost-effective by type of admission. Threshold of €22,000/QALY indicated by long dashed line. ICER incremental cost-effectiveness ratio, QALY quality-adjusted life year

Back to article page