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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 2

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

Q27 P valueQ28P valueQ30, Q31, Q32, Q34 P value

Athens31.7 6.70.1540.20.106
Northern Greece36.660.2
Central Greece44.27.50.4
Islands versus38.87.90.6

Mothers35.7 5.4< 0.20.414

31–45 years35.7< 6.2 0.20.293
<31 or >45 years41.98.30.4

 Public 37.2 6.40.7790.30.467
 Public and private34.36.50

Education of father
 Primary school45< 12< 0.30.572
 Secondary school419.10.3
 High school36.95.80.2

Education of mother
 Primary school45.2< 14.4< 0.30.398
 Secondary school44.410.10.3
 High school36.85.90.4

 High33.5< 5< 0.10.626

Immigrants55.8< 18.3< 1.2

 Big Towns36.10.2716.40.6250.20.946
 Small Towns37.66.50.2

Number of children
 2-336.80.4136 0.20.299
 <2 >336.480.3

Couples36.4 6.3 0.20.494

Experience of recurrent URIs
 Yes40.9 6.30.4780.10.53

Pediatrician-parent relation
 Friends or relatives 37.10.26360.0570.30.449

Access to healthcare system
 Good 39 7.3 0.20.895
 Poor 34.570.2

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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