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Research Article

Risk Factors of Antibiotic Misuse for Upper Respiratory Tract Infections in Children: Results from a Cross-Sectional Knowledge-Attitude-Practice Study in Greece

Table 1

Parents (%) who did not answer correctly in the selected questions of the knowledge section.

Q15P valueQ17, Q18, Q19, Q22P value

Athens8.4 1.7
Northern Greece9.71.9
Central Greece9.23.1
Islands versus13.93.8
Peloponnese9.11.3

Mothers6.9< 1.6<
Fathers194.1

31–45 years9.1< 1.9
<31 or >45 years13.53.5

Insurance
 Public 9.4 2.10.29
 Private16.31.7
 Public and private8.32.6
 None31.312.5

Education of father
 Primary school17< 4.3<
 Secondary school15.72.9
 High school9.31.9
 College5.31.5
 University4.10.5

Education of mother
 Primary school24.4< 7.9<
 Secondary school22.64.6
 High school8.82.1
 College4.10.8
 University4.30.5

 High5.6< 1.3<
 Moderate8.52
 Low18.84.3

Immigrants35.9< 10.3<
Nonimmigrants6.71.3

Residence
 Big Towns8.8 2.20.773
 Small Towns10.32
 Villages13.12.4

Number of children
 2-38.7< 2.20.513
 <2 >313.42.2

Couples9.40.2172.10.056
Singles113.7

Experience of recurrent URIs
 Yes4.2< 2.50.256
 No10.62.1

Pediatrician-parent relation
 Friends or relatives 8.3 20.318
 Typical10.62.2

Access to healthcare system
 Good 11.5< 3
 Moderate8.41.6
 Poor 5.71.2

Bold letters and *: variables with elevated level of significance after univariate analysis.
: self-assessment as perceived by the parents at the time of the survey.

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