|Results of cost-effectiveness analysis, after adjusting for differences in baseline EQ5D|
|Mean incremental QALY(compared with treatment as usual)||95%confidence interval||Mean incremental cost(compared with treatment as usual)||95%confidence interval|
|N = 296, with imputation of missing data in 23 patients who were followed up at only one time point and 19 patients who only had baseline data|
|N=254, without imputation (complete cases )|
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