AuthorsWilson, Malcolm S
AffiliationChristie Hospital, Manchester M20 4BX.
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AbstractThe burden and cost of adhesions is considerable. Products are available which might reduce these problems. The costing of these products will have a significant effect on their usage. A low-cost product with a 25% efficacy could potentially generate a cost saving of 55 million Pounds over a 10-year period in the UK.
CitationCost and economics of adhesions. 2004, 65 (6):343-7 Hosp Med
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