Sensitivity analysis is an essential element of decision analysis and cost-effectiveness analysis. This chapter shows how to do sensitivity analysis. It describes one-way, two-way, and three-way sensitivity analysis and their interpretation with examples. It discusses n-way sensitivity analysis and the application of the principles of sensitivity analysis to systematic reviews with meta-analysis.
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