PROSIT Stroke Diabetes Models

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SambesiB Model

Structure of the PROSIT Stroke Diabetes Disease Model Sambesi A and Sambesi B

Latest Release: 14. October 2018

Latest Version: PROSIT Stroke Type 2 Diabetes Disease Model 2018B Germany

Summary: New release of the stroke model based on a similar methodology as Sambesi A that allows to include patient sub-groups. The model is open for discussion: use the discussion link at the top of this page.

Methodology: Markov model (Markov process)

Health Economic Perspective: flexible, dependent on user specification

Time Horizon: 80 cycles; currently defined as annual time steps

Patient Cohort: realistic diabetes cohort for Germany and type 2 diabetes mellitus based on the ProValue study. Divided into up to 16 sub-cohorts. Cohort specifications can be edited freely.

Costs: summary costs for Germany are included based on the KODIM Cost study and results being inflationed to the year 2015. Costs can be edited freely.

Other specifications: the model supports QALYS, and discounting of both costs and effects. The half-cycle correction is implemented as within-cycle correction.


Team Members: Fabian Sailer, Monika Pobiruchin, Wendelin Schramm

Previous Versions: Sambesi A: PROSIT Stroke Type 2 Diabetes Disease Model 2016B Germany (from 11. July 2017)

SambesiA Model

Discontinued Version Sambesi A: The version below is based on the pre 2016 modelling procedures and has been abandoned.

Latest Version: PROSIT Stroke Type 2 Diabetes Disease Model 2012A Germany RC1

Summary: New release of the stroke model based on both a new structure and a methodology that allows to include patient sub-groups.

Team Members: Christian Weiß, Jens Attumalil, Selcan Ipek, Keno März, Monika Pobiruchin, Wendelin Schramm


IndusA Model

Structure of the PROSIT Stroke Diabetes Disease Model Indus A

Discontinued Version Indus A: The version below is based on the pre 2012 modelling procedures and has been abandoned.

Summary: Student project at Medical Informatics Dept., Heilbronn University

Team Members: Michael Schöll; Michael Konias; Christian Krauth; Adolphe Kwewok; Thomas Mall; Guilene Mawentze; Owen Mougoue; Sylvie Ngouongo; Christian Prelicz; Henriette Rafler; Anne Sauer; Wendelin Schramm; Suares Tamekue; Omid Talebkarimi; Heiko Zimmermann