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Review Article

Usage and Attitudes of Physicians in Japan Concerning Traditional Japanese Medicine (Kampo Medicine): A Descriptive Evaluation of a Representative Questionnaire-Based Survey

Table 1

Profile of the physicians of this study.

Total
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Internal medicine
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Pediatrics
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Psychiatry
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OB/GYN
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Surgery
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Orthopedics
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Others
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Age (y/o)
 ~39134 (19.6%)43 (15.9%)10 (21.3%)16 (28.6%)4 (13.3%)11 (15.3%)7 (13.5%)49 (25.1%)
 40~49310 (45.3%)100 (43.1%)15 (31.9%)15 (26.8%)15 (50.0%)41 (56.9%)31 (59.6%)93 (47.7%)
 50~59200 (29.2%)78 (33.6%)18 (38.3%)21 (37.5%)7 (23.3%)18 (25.0%)11 (21.2%)47 (24.1%)
 60~40 (5.8%)17 (7.3%)4 (8.5%)4 (7.1%)4 (13.3%)2 (2.8%)3 (5.8%)6 (3.1%)
Sex
 Male635 (92.8%)212 (91.4%)40 (85.1%)50 (89.3%)27 (90.0%)70 (100%)52 (100%)182 (93.3%)
 Female49 (7.2%)20 (8.6%)7 (14.9%)6 (10.7%)3 (10.0%)0 (0%)0 (0%)13 (6.7%)
Clinical settings
 University hospital88 (12.9%)12 (5.2%)8 (17.0%)6 (10.7%)2 (6.7%)16 (22.2%)5 (9.6%)39 (20.0%)
 Educational hospital222 (32.5%)83 (35.8%)24 (51.1%)20 (35.7%)14 (46.6%)24 (33.4%)29 (55.8%)17 (8.6%)
Noneducational hospital183(26.6%)83(35.8%)5(10.7%)20(35.7%)6(20.0%)21(29.1%)10(19.2%)37(19.0%)
 Clinic182 (26.2%)96 (41.4%)10 (21.3%)7 (12.5%)8 (26.7%)8 (11.1%)7 (13.5%)43 (22.1%)
 Others13 (1.9%)5 (2.2%)0 (0%)3 (5.4%)0 (0%)3 (4.2%)1 (1.9%)1 (0.5%)