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Organized blood pressure control programs to prevent stroke in Australia: Would they be cost-effective?

The health loss from ischemic stroke and intracerebral hemorrhage: Evidence from the North East Melbourne Stroke Incidence Study (NEMESIS)

Estimating the long-term costs of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke for Australia: New evidence derived from the north east Melbourne stroke incidence study (NEMESIS)

The difference in lifetime health burden between ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke: Evidence from the north east Melbourne stroke incidence study

The cost-effectiveness of a program to improve control of blood pressure in general practice settings and prevent stroke : an example from Australia

Why invest in a national public health program for stroke?. An example using Australian data to estimate the potential benefits and cost implications

Development and application of model of resource utilization, costs, and outcomes for stroke (MORUCOS): an Australian economic model for stroke

Development, application and appraisal of a model of resource utilization, costs and outcome for stroke (MORUCOS) : an economic model of stroke care for Australia

Trial application of a Model of Resource Utilization, Costs, and Outcomes for Stroke (MORUCOS) to assist priority setting in stroke

‘Out of pocket’ costs to stroke patients during the first year after stroke – Results from the North East Melbourne Stroke Incidence Study

Lifetime cost of stroke subtypes in Australia: Findings from the North East Melbourne Stroke Incidence Study (NEMESIS)

The use of MORUCOS (Model of Resource Utilisation, Costs and Outcomes for Stroke) for the cost-effectiveness analysis and prioritisation of selected stroke interventions