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effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access

effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access

a systematic review and economic evaluation

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Published by Core Research on behalf of the NCCHTA in Alton .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementN. Calvert ... [et al.].
SeriesHealth technology assessment -- v.7, no.12
ContributionsCalvert, N., National Co-ordinating Centre for HTA (Great Britain), Health Technology Assessment Programme.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 84p. :
Number of Pages84
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20067900M

The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and economic evaluation. Health Technol Assess. ; 8. Hoppmann RA, Rao VV, Bell F, et al. The evolution of an integrated ultrasound curriculum (iUSC) for medical students: 9-year experience. Crit Ultrasound J. ;7. Tan et al. SpringerPlus Cost‑effectiveness analysis of ultrasound‑guided Seldinger peripherally inserted central catheters (PICC) Jianghong Tan 1 2 Liping Liu 1 Jing Xie 1 Lingli Hu 1 Qiaolan Yang 0 Honghong Wang [email protected] 0 2 0 Nursing College of Central South University, Yuelu District Tongzipo Road, Changsha , Hunan, China 1 Zhuzhou Central Hospital, Zhuzhou Cited by: 8.

The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and economic evaluation. Health . Ultrasound for central venous cannulation: economic evaluation and cost-effectiveness. Anesthesia Nov;59(11) 8. Calvert N, Hind D, McWilliams RG, Thomas SM, Beverley C, Davidson A. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review. Health Technol Assess ;7(

Calvert N, Hind D, McWilliams RG, et al. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access. London: National Institute for Clinical Excellence, The effectiveness and cost effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and economic evaluation. Health Technol Assess 7(12):1, Hind D, Calvert N, McWilliams R, et al. Ultrasonic locating devices for central venous cannulation: meta-analysis.


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The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and economic evaluation PubMed Health Your browsing activity is empty. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access:a systematic review and economic evaluation N Calvert1 D Hind1* RG McWilliams2 SM Thomas 3 C Beverley1 A Davidson3 1 School of Health and Related Research,University of Sheffield, Sheffield,UK 2 Royal Liverpool University Hospital,Liverpool,UK.

THE EFFECTIVENESS AND COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF ULTRASOUND LOCATING DEVICES FOR. CENTRAL VENOUS ACCESS. Report commissioned by: NHS R&D HTA Programme On behalf of: The National Institute for Clinical Excellence Produced by: The School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), The University of Sheffield.

The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and economic evaluation Calvert, N., Hind, D., McWilliams, R.G.

et al. (3 more authors) () The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and economic evaluation By N.

Calvert, D. Hind, R.G. McWilliams, S.M. Thomas, C. Beverley and A. Davidson. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and economic evaluation.

Health Technol Assess. ; 7: 1–84 Crossref | PubMed | Scopus (74) | Google Scholar See all References in the United Kingdom has also fully supported the use of ultrasound guidance for CVC by: The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access.

NHS R&D HTA Programme 3 NICE. Guidance on the use of ultrasound locating devices for placing central venous : Alan Cohen. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound. No randomized trials have so far investigated the cost effectiveness of different methods for implantation and use of central venous ports in oncology patients.

Overall, patients eligible for receiving intravenous chemotherapy for solid tumours were randomly assigned to implantation of a single type of port, either through a percutaneous landmark access to the internal jugular vein, an Cited by: The Assessment Group developed an economic analysis, based on the evidence from the systematic review of RCTs, to evaluate the cost effectiveness of 2-D ultrasound guidance compared with the landmark method.

This model is a simple decision analytic model, and is based on a theoretical cohort of adult patients who required IJV cannulation before surgery and who had a low to. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and economic evaluation.

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Blitt, et ce guidelines for central venous access: A report by the American Society of et onic locating devices for central venous Cited by: The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and economic evaluation.

The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and economic evaluation. Inclusion criteria were: clinical effectiveness of two dimensional ultrasound guidance or Doppler ultrasound guidance for the placement of central venous lines; comparison of ultrasonography with the landmark method or the surgical cut-down procedure; inclusion of one or more of several outcomes—number of failed catheter placements, number of complications from catheter Cited by:   The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and economic evaluation Source: Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects - DARE - 14 May   The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and economic evaluation.

Health Technol Assess. Cited by: 5. Background. Ultrasound guidance for central venous catheterization is a commonly used alternative to the conventional landmark method. Because from the German perspective, the cost-effectiveness of ultrasound guidance is unclear, this study examined the cost-effectiveness of ultrasound guidance versus the landmark method for adults undergoing a central venous Author: Yana Seleznova, Patrick Brass, Martin Hellmich, Stephanie Stock, Dirk Müller.

Calvert N, Hind D, McWilliams RG, Thomas SM, Beverley C, Davidson A. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review.

Health Technol Assess 7 (12). The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and economic evaluation Article Full-text available. The use of ultrasound imaging to guide the insertion of central venous catheters lies at the forefront of the revolution in point-of-care ultrasonography.

Multiple studies have shown that real-time two-dimensional ultrasound guidance for internal jugular catheter insertion leads to significantly lower failure rates, both overall and on the Cited by: 2. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and economic evaluation.

Health Technol Assess ; Hind D, Calvert N, McWilliams R, et al. Ultrasonic locating devices for central venous cannulation: meta-analysis.Calvert N, Hind D, McWilliams RG, et al. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound locating devices for central venous access: a systematic review and economic evaluation.

Health Technol Assess ; Wan Y, Chu Y, Qiu Y, et al. In the absence of existing evidence, we have estimated the cost‐effectiveness of ultrasound‐guided central venous cannulation vs. the traditional landmark method using a decision analytic model.

The results imply that the use of ultrasound is likely to improve both clinical effectiveness and use of NHS by: