Published in Medical Device Business Week, February 24th, 2010
"This study aims to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of the AFP compared to the endoanal advancement flap (EAAF) as an alternative sphincter-preserving option for complex anal fistulas. The study included 24 patients who underwent treatment for complex anal fistulas. Healing and complication rates of a prospective cohort of AFP patients (n = 12) were compared to a retrospective cohort of patients who underwent EAAF (n = 12). Cost...
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