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Venous Disease pp 230-235 | Cite as

What Are The Costs of Treating Venous Disease?

  • Nick Bosanquet

Abstract

Since the late 1980s the availability of evidence on the costs of venous disease has much improved. The movement has been from aggregate estimates at a national level to much more firmly based local estimates on treatment costs and changes in spending as a result of different treatment regimes. There is now an evidence base from which to develop scenarios for the future.

Keywords

Venous Disease Venous Insufficiency Venous Ulcer Duplex Scanning District Nurse 
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