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  • Iris Pasternack (a1), Kristian Lampe (a2), Chris de Laet (a3), Irina Cleemput (a4), Mattias Neyt (a5), Claudia Wild (a6) and Finn Børlum Kristensen (a7)...

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Paul Trueman and colleagues (3) have reported on an important issue. Several HTAs on the same topic have been published recently. They have examined four recent HTA reports on drug-eluting stents (DES), demonstrating varying methods and conclusions. All four HTAs included local registry data and economic evaluations in addition to analyses of published research. The authors concluded that the published evidence considered by most of the agencies had “only limited influence on the resulting recommendations.”

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1. Kvas, E. Drug eluting stents in comparison to uncoated stents in the treatment of cardiopathy. Rapid Assess. LBI-HTA 01, 2006.
2. Neyt, M, Van Brabandt, H, Devriese, S, et al. Drug eluting stents in Belgium: Health technology assessment. Health Technology Assessment (HTA). Bruxelles: Belgian Health Care Knowledge Centre (KCE); 2007. KCE reports 66C.
3. Trueman, P, Hurry, M, Bending, M, Hutton, J. The feasibility of harmonizing health technology assessments across jurisdictions: A case study of drug eluting stents. Int J Technol Assess Health Care. 2009;25:455462.

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