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Cost-effectiveness analysis for SilAtro-5-90 adjuvant treatment in the management of tonsillitis
Introduction: Antibiotics are one of the most commonly used group of remedies for patients with recurrent acute throat infections (ATI). Due to worries over antibiotic resistance, treatment pathways that reduce recurrence of ATIs are essential from a patient but also from a public health perspective. Results from clinical trials suggest that integrative treatment strategies can be one option but there is still a high demand to provide evidence of their cost-effectiveness. The authors will discuss homeopathy as adjuvant therapy in the treatment of ATIs from a socio-economic perspective.
Petra Klement - - Deutsche Homöopathie-Union
Dr. Christa Raak - scientific associate - Witten Herdecke University
Mrs A-La Park - Researcher - London School of Economics and Political Science
Dr. Sabine De Jaegere - Researcher - Deutsche Homöopathie-Union
Mr David McDaid - Researcher - London School of Economics and Political Science