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Table 2 Costs over 32 weeks (intention-to-treat)

From: Economic evaluation of an experience sampling method intervention in depression compared with treatment as usual using data from a randomized controlled trial

  ESM-I (n = 33) Pseudo-intervention (n = 35) Control (n = 33) Regression coefficients; B (p-value obtained from permutation analyses)
  M (SD) M (SD) M (SD) ESM-I vs Control ESM-I vs Pseudo-intervention
Health care use (total)a €6751 (€19420) €6510 (€7315) €6520 (€14082) -€165 (p = 0.96) €1818 (p = 0.66)
Medication €104 (€296) €25 (€56) €75 (€171) €12 (p = 0.82) €36 (p = 0.54)
Total health costsb €7648 (€19402) €7225 (€7304) €6596 (€14072) €640 (p = 0.80) €1957 (p = 0.61)
Societal
 Absence from work €6067 (€13691) €4732 (€9372) €5379 (€11889) €945 (p = 0.74) €857 (p = 0.75)
 Productivity loss at work €4234 (€7721) €4858 (€8438) €4241 (€7627) €605 (p = 0.76) -€594 (p = 0.80)
 Total €17957 (€31329) €16816 (€17595) €16216 (€27756) €2483 (p = 0.74) €2152 (p = 0.75)
  1. aSeveral types of health care consumption see Additional file 3: Table S1
  2. bIncluding intervention costs in ESM-I and pseudo-intervention group