Title

青黴素每日序貫給藥與常規靜滴療法217例的成本-效果分析

Translated Titles

Cost-effectiveness Analysis of Daily Sequential Administration and Routine Intravenous Drip Therapy with Penicillin in 217 Patients with Upper Respiratory Tract Infection

Authors

枉前(Qian Wang);張恩娟(En-Juan Zhang);盧來春(Lai-Chun Lu);劉同華(Tong-Hua Liu);樊莉(Li Fan)

Key Words

青黴素 ; 合理用藥 ; 成本-效果分析 ; penicillin ; rational drug use ; cost-effectiveness analysis

PublicationName

藥學服務與研究

Volume or Term/Year and Month of Publication

5卷2期(2005 / 06 / 01)

Page #

126 - 128

Content Language

簡體中文

Chinese Abstract

Objective: To compare the cost-effectiveness of daily sequential administration and routine intravenous drip therapy with penicillin in patients with upper respiratory tract infection, and provide a new method for rational use of penicillin. Methods: Patients with upper respiratory tract infection were divided into two groups: daily sequential administration group (penicillin, ivd. +po. , 112 patients) and routine intravenous drip therapy group (penicillin, ivd. , 105 patients). The results of different administration methods were analyzed using direct cost-effectiveness analysis method, including discussion of indirect cost and recessive cost. Results: Effective rates of two groups were 91.0% and 94.3%, respectively (P>0.05). Cost-effectiveness ratio of daily sequential administration group (2.04) was lower than that of routine intravenous drip therapy group (3.11) (P<0.05). Conclusion Daily sequential administration has lower cost effectiveness ratio in treatment of patients with upper respiratory tract infection. It may be a choice to use penicillin rationally and economically.

English Abstract

Objective: To compare the cost-effectiveness of daily sequential administration and routine intravenous drip therapy with penicillin in patients with upper respiratory tract infection, and provide a new method for rational use of penicillin. Methods: Patients with upper respiratory tract infection were divided into two groups: daily sequential administration group (penicillin, ivd. +po. , 112 patients) and routine intravenous drip therapy group (penicillin, ivd. , 105 patients). The results of different administration methods were analyzed using direct cost-effectiveness analysis method, including discussion of indirect cost and recessive cost. Results: Effective rates of two groups were 91.0% and 94.3%, respectively (P>0.05). Cost-effectiveness ratio of daily sequential administration group (2.04) was lower than that of routine intravenous drip therapy group (3.11) (P<0.05). Conclusion Daily sequential administration has lower cost effectiveness ratio in treatment of patients with upper respiratory tract infection. It may be a choice to use penicillin rationally and economically.

Topic Category 醫藥衛生 > 藥理醫學