alexa COPD Treatment Preference Study: A Conjoint Analysis of Preferred Drug Treatments

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COPD Treatment Preference Study: A Conjoint Analysis of Preferred Drug Treatments

The goal of this study was to determine preferences and expectation of COPD patients about their drugs used. 46 patients with COPD were involved to the study. Preferences of patients relevant to the drugs they use for COPD and their expectations from this therapy were assessed under 6 categories. 16 alternative therapy forms were established for these groups by utilizing conjoint analysis. Patients sorted 16 types of therapy per order of preference.

Citation: Bulcun E, Ekici M, Ekici A (2015) COPD Treatment Preference Study: A Conjoint Analysis of Preferred Drug Treatments. J Pulm Respir Med 5:261.

 
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