Hand transplantation not cost-effective

By Peter Pollack

Prosthetics more effective from a cost standpoint

Prosthetic adaptation is a more cost-effective treatment for patients who may be candidates for hand transplantation, according to data from a cost/utility study presented at the annual meeting American Society for Surgery of the Hand, by Takashi Oda, MD, PhD, of the University of Michigan.

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