In the case with intermittent urinary catheters, differences in patient satisfaction and convenience aspects between different types of catheters cannot be evaluated with conventional methods (cost/QALY). Instead these value attributes can be investigated using a willingness-to-pay approach.
“Users prefer wet and ready- to-use catheters and they are more cost-effective than dry catheters”
The individuals in this study expressed a preference for both a wet and a ready-to-use catheter option compared to a dry catheter, and these catheter types are also more cost-effective than a dry catheter.
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