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Peripartum hysterectomy: an economic analysis of direct health care costs using routinely collected data.

Autor(es): Achana, Felix; Fleming, Kate M; Tata, Laila J; Sultan, Alyshah Abdul; Petrou, Stavros
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Artigo [ PMID: 28972301 ] Idioma: Inglês
Tipo de publicação: Artigo de Revista
OBJECTIVE: To estimate resource use and costs associated with peripartum hysterectomy for the English National Health Service. DESIGN/SETTING: Analysis of linked Clinical Practice Research Datalink and Hospital Episodes Statistics (CPRD-HES) data. POPULATION: Women undergoing peripartum hysterectomy between 1997 and 2013 and matched controls. METHODS: Inverse probability weighted generalised estimating equations were used to model the non-linear trend in healthcare service use and costs over time, accounting for missing data, adjusting for maternal age, body mass index, delivery year, smoking and socio-economic indicators. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Primary care, hospital outpatient and inpatient attendances and costs (£, 2015 prices). RESULTS: The study sample included 1362 women (192 cases and 1170 controls) who gave birth between 1997 and 2013; 1088 (153 cases and 935 controls) of these were deliveries between 2003 and 2013 when all categories of hospital resource use were available. Based on the 2003-2013 delivery cohort, peripartum hysterectomy was associated with a mean adjusted additional total cost of £5,380 (95%CI £4,436 to £6,687) and a cost-ratio of 1.76 (95%CI 1.61 to 1.98) over 5-years of follow-up compared to controls. Inpatient costs, mostly incurred during the first year following surgery, accounted for 78% excluding or 92% including delivery-related costs. CONCLUSION: Peripartum hysterectomy is associated with increased healthcare costs driven largely by increased post-surgery hospitalisation rates. To reduce healthcare costs and improve outcomes for women who undergo hysterectomy, interventions that reduce avoidable repeat hospitalisations following surgery such as providing active follow-up, treatment and support in the community should be considered. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.