Catalog Record: Benefit-and-cost analysis of medical interventions : the case of cimetidine and peptic ulcer disease | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Benefit-and-cost analysis of medical interventions : the case of cimetidine and peptic ulcer disease / Harvey V. Fineberg and Laurie A. Pearlman.

Main Author: Fineberg, Harvey V.
Related Names: Pearlman, Laurie A.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, D.C. : Congress of the United States, Office of Technology Assessment : 1981.
Subjects: Cimetidine > therapeutic use.
Peptic Ulcer > economics > United States.
Peptic Ulcer > drug therapy.
Guanidines > therapeutic use.
Cost-Benefit Analysis.
Medical instruments and apparatus > Cost effectiveness.
Medical technology > Cost effectiveness.
Peptic ulcer > United States.
Cimetidine > Cost effectiveness.
Note: "OTA-BP-H-9(11)."--P. [4] of cover.
"September 1981."
Also available via Internet from the UNT Cybercemetery web site. Address as of 2/12/2003:; current access available via PURL.
Physical Description: viii, 64 p. : ill.
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