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Table 2 Simple net benefit regression estimates (N = 100)a

From: Using the net benefit regression framework to construct cost-effectiveness acceptability curves: an example using data from a trial of external loop recorders versus Holter monitoring for ambulatory monitoring of "community acquired" syncope

Explanatory variables λ = $500b coefficient (p-value) λ = $1000 coefficient (p-value) λ = $1500 coefficient (p-value) λ = $2000 coefficient (p-value) λ = $2500 coefficient (p-value)
Constant term -95.27 (0.004) 22.37 (0.728) 140.02 (0.149) 257.67 (0.047) 375.32 (0.021)
LOOP -236.90 (<0.001) -38.22 (0.678) 160.46 (0.246) 359.14 (0.053) 557.82 (0.017)
R-squared 0.2143 0.0018 0.0137 0.0377 0.0570
  1. a The treatment indicator variable LOOP = 1 for the Loop recorder and 0 for the Holter monitor.
  2. b All monetary figures are in US dollars.