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resource use

— In treatment comparisons, all the important items and people used to deliver a treatment, and which may differ between the treatment comparison groups in a study

Full explanation:

Resource use refers to the components used in the production and implementation of a treatment, and resulting from the effects of the treatment. This includes, for example, people’s time and skills, drugs, equipment, buildings and other inputs.

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