Renal Replacement Therapy, Computerized Axial Tomography, and Cimetidine in Peptic Ulcer Disease
In the 30 years from 1950 to 1980 the health care systems of Western Europe and North America passed through a remarkable process of expansion. In 1950 the average outlay on health care represented around 3% of the gross national product. Today the equivalent figure is of the order of 8%. This represents more than a sixfold increase in health spending in real terms. Those countries that have enjoyed the greatest economic growth in the last 3 decades have tended to divert the largest amounts of “new money”, in both absolute and relative terms, into their health sectors.
KeywordsPeritoneal Dialysis Duodenal Ulcer Renal Replacement Therapy National Health Service Peptic Ulcer Disease
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