Reports 2007

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Cross S, Blackett C, McKee L.  Quality Improvement in NHS Scotland - an independent evaluation of the impact of NHS Quality Improvement Scotland - Volume 1 - Summary findings. Edinburgh: Quality Improvement Scotland; 2007.

de Verteuil R, Imamura M, Zhu S, Glazener CM, Fraser C, Munro N et al.  Systematic review of the clinical effectiveness and cost effectiveness and economic modelling of minimal incision total hip replacement approaches in the management of arthritic disease of the hip. Technology Assessment Review submitted to the NIHR HTA Programme.   University of Aberdeen: Health Services Research Unit; 2007.

Jia X, Glazener C, Mowatt G, MacLennan GS, Fraser C, Burr J.  Systematic review of the efficacy and safety of using mesh or grafts in surgery for anterior and/or posterior vaginal wall prolapse. Review Body Report submitted to the Interventional Procedures Programme, National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence.   University of Aberdeen: Health Services Research Unit; 2007.

Lourenco T, Armstrong N, N'Dow J, Nabi G, Deverill M, Pickard R et al.  Systematic review and economic modelling of effectiveness and cost utility of surgical treatments for men with benign prostatic enlargement. Final grant report submitted to NHS R&D HTA Programme.   University of Aberdeen: Health Services Research Unit; 2007.

Mowatt G, Houston G, Hernandez R, de Verteuil R, Fraser C, Cuthbertson BH et al. Systematic review of the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of oesophageal Doppler monitoring in critically ill and high risk surgical patients. Final grant report submitted to the NHS R&D HTA Programme.   University of Aberdeen: Health Services Research Unit; 2007.

Mowatt G, Cummins E, Waugh N, Walker S, Cook JA, Jia X et al.  Systematic review of the clinical and cost-effectiveness of 64-slice or higher computed tomography angiography as an alternative to invasive coronary angiography in the investigation of coronary artery disease. Technology Assessment Review submitted to the NIHR HTA Programme.   University of Aberdeen: Health Services Research Unit; 2007.