Cost-effectiveness of nutritional intervention in elderly subjects after hip fracture. A randomized controlled trial
Osteoporosis International, 05/31/2012Wyers CE et al.
Intensive nutritional intervention in elderly hip fracture patients is likely to be cost–effective for weight but not for quality adjusted life years (QALYs). Future cost–effectiveness studies should incorporate outcome measures appropriate for elderly patients, such as functional limitations and other relevant outcome parameters for elderly.
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