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However, the constant term is still the largest component in total wtp for pen. In a hypothetical market the inhaled insulin administration system has a market share of only.5 per cent. Assuming equal prices, the share rises to 22 per cent indicating that price is an important factor in diabetics choice among different insulin administration systems. In general, the price and the size of the inhalator appear to be the two most significant obstacles for widespread use of the inhaled insulin administration system in Denmark. Conclusion, as opposed to results of similar foreign studies Danish diabetics are not willing to pay an additional amount of money for the inhaled insulin administration system. The utility associated with the characteristics of the inhalator do not justify a higher price for this alternative. However, at equal prices the inhalator is expected to do pretty well on the danish market for insulin.
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The statistical software package Stata is used for estimation. Results, the final sample consists of 298 diabetics out of which 104 are diagnosed with type 1 and 196 are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. 57 per cent of the respondents are women and 43 per cent are men. The average age is 49 years. At equal prices a majority 60 per cent state that they prefer to administer insulin subcutaneously.
The percentage of respondents, who choose inhalator, is as expected biggest amongst diabetics, who do not use insulin. The average, monthly willingness-to-pay for inhaled insulin is 262 dkr about the same level as the respondents current out-of-pocket payment for diabetes-related medicine. In dce the average, monthly willingness-to-pay for the inhaled insulin system is 397 dkr. If the inhalator is half the size of the current prototype, the willingness-to-pay rises to 444 dkr. However, the average, monthly willingness-to-pay for subcutaneous administered insulin is 1108 dkr and 1279 dkr if the insulin pen has a built-in blood sugar proposal measurer. In general, type 1 diabetic patients have the biggest willingness-to-pay for both inhaled and subcutaneously administered insulin. The two alternative-specific attributes blood sugar measurer and cough have a significant impact on the respondents utility function, and are important reasons why pen is preferred to inhalator.
Furthermore, the valuation of different characteristics describing the two systems are highlighted. Finally, the impact of the results are analysed in a hypothetical market. Methods, the thesis is based on a discrete choice experiment (DCE) designed and conducted by the authors. Data is collected by a mailed questionnaire, which was sent to 400 adult diabetics in Denmark. Dce is a stated preferences method often used to elicit preferences for non-marketed goods. The theoretical foundation of dce is a combination of random utility theory, neoclassical economic theory and Lancasters consumer theory, which states that the value of a good is determined by the sum of the values of its different characteristics.
In dce respondents are asked to make a sequence of hypothetical choices among two or more alternatives. The alternatives are described by a number of attributes. The levels of the attributes are assigned by a systematic process called experimental design. Each time a level changes, a new alternative arises. This way the respondents latent utility functions are revealed containing information about the valuation of different characteristics of the good in question. In the present study the alternatives (pen and inhalator) are described by the attributes size, integrated insulin diary, automatic measurement of blood sugar (pen only mild cough (inhalator only) and out-of-pocket payment. The utility parameters are estimated by a conditional logit model.
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Background, most diabetics eventually require exogenous insulin injections in order to achieve adequate glycemic (blood sugar) control. Nowadays the syringes look like pencils, and their fitted needles are very small. Despite this fact, some diabetic patients appear to be hesitant to use insulin, and consequently remain in poor glycemic control followed by an increased risk of desk damaging vital parts of the body. Needle anxiety is one of the factors associated with this reluctance. So far the alternatives to injections have been limited and only aimed at certain groups of diabetic patients. However, within the last couple of years a new route of insulin administration has been developed; namely inhaled insulin administered by means of a handheld inhalator. Due to technicalities inhaled insulin is more expensive than subcutaneous insulin one of the reasons why it is not included in any reimbursement system in Europe. Objective, the main objective of the thesis is to determine, how Danish diabetics value the different insulin administration systems. More specifically, the purpose is to determine diabetic patients willingness-to-pay (WTP) for inhaled and subcutaneous administered insulin respectively.
The average length of a complete measurement (which include the acquisition made for verification) can joshua be estimated between 0,25.35 ms with the limits between.15 7 ms. The flexibility of the analog signal validation circuit and the testing algorithm structure, assure a good precision of the system, with a supplementary delay of about.1ms for every measurement. Comparing this method with the classical ones, one can see the main advantage is the simplicity and coming with this: the reduced cost, high testing speed and the testing system portability. The second advantage is that most of the ic-s types can be tested using this method. The main disadvantage is the uncertain positive answer of that method and some supplementary test method (some functional tests for example) must be used, but this disadvantage is specific to most of the structural testing methods. The main contributions of the author in this thesis are: creation and implementation of the ic structural testing method using terminal characteristics; creation the architecture of a wide range current generator with a precision better than 1; creation the architecture of the ic structural testing. Home page contents Practical Circuits Photo.
command data and measured data organisation was presented. Two different methods for data analysis (in order to get the voltage limits) were proposed: an empirical method that defines the so named "connection types" based on the internal structure ic analysis and some experimental data sets analysis, a statistical method based on a great. The testing co-ordination and data processing software was implemented in delphi language. The key of the empirical method is the optimum definition of the connection types. The ic are insufficiently tested if the voltage limits are too tight or too wide or if not all the necessary connection types are defined. More than 300 ic-s (more than 30 different types, digital and analog were tested using the structural testing method and most of the practical problems with the testing system were solved. The transitory period is between 20 m s and.55 ms; the usual values are between 70 100 m s and some times (special situations only) the delay is greater than 1ms.
The functional testing system determinates the linearity and gain error for the digital to analog (D/A) converter. Two different approaches were compared: a pc with dream data acquisition module with a labview software (with a simpler interface between the acquisition module and the converter) and a more complex interface controlled from the pc standard parallel port (SPP). The most important part of the thesis consists of the integrated circuits structural testing system using terminal characteristics analysis. The basis of the testing method is the ic terminal characteristics plotting, by measuring few voltage/current pairs for any of the ic terminal pair. The proposed method can test a lot of different types of IC: digital, analog or mixed signal ic, made with different technologies: bipolar, cmos or bicmos. This testing method can be used for the ic suspected to be damaged because of an electrical shock that generally produce a different behaviour of the ic at the terminals where the shock appeared. The testing system block diagram, some of the circuits schematics with some of theirs design formulae, some data structures and programs are presented. A maximum 16 pins dil ic testing system was conceived and realised. The main circuits of this system are: The control circuit made the connection between the digital interface and pc spp.
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This thesis looks at the integrated circuits (IC) test domain mainly from the electronic device users point of view. The proposed testing systems are analysed and practical models are implemented using an university electronics laboratory equipment. Since the thesis presents the realisations of an engineer specialised in electronic circuits design and implementation that's why some practical realised testing systems, employing a number of original circuits and computer programs, were presented, without focusing on the modernity or actuality of the adopted solutions. The work consists of two parts and is organised in 7 chapters. The first part, the first two chapters, give a general presentation of the testing domain and presents some particularities the of using the personal computer (PC) as a part of the testing system. In the second part of this work the author research efforts in the testing domain were presented and some original testing systems were proposed for the parametrical, functional and structural testing methods. The parametrical testing system automatically plots the input and transconductance static characteristics for a very large current domain that flows via the tested bipolar transistor. The practical implemented system is based on a data acquisition module and the computer programs for control, measure and data display were written in Labview environment.