New Maverex cost-consequence analysis of triple-chamber-bag parenteral nutrition in preterm neonates


In Cost-Consequences Analysis of Increased Utilization of Triple-Chamber-Bag Parenteral Nutrition in Preterm Neonates in Seven European Countries, alongside our partners at Baxter Healthcare, we assessed national-level impacts of a 10-percentage point increase in use of industry-prepared three-chamber bags (3CBs) on clinical outcomes, healthcare resources, and hospital budgets across seven countries: Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and the UK.

This study estimated the impact on compounding error harm and bloodstream infection rates, staff time, and annual hospital budget, finding that even a small increase in the use of 3CBs in preterm neonates could substantially improve neonatal clinical outcomes and provide notable resource and cost savings to hospitals.

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