Blood Screening for West Nile Virus: The Cost-Effectiveness of a Real-Time, Trigger-Based Strategy

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Abstract

Previous studies have demonstrated that universal blood screening for West Nile virus is not cost-effective. A newly proposed, real-time, trigger-based screening strategy was analyzed and was also shown to be not cost-effective. These results were highly sensitive to pricing of screening assays.

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