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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 3

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

Q42, Q45, Q46P value

Athens25.5
Northern Greece22.5
Central Greece27.5
Islands versus24.5
Peloponnese20.2

Mothers22.5<
Fathers28.8

31–45 years23.1
<31 or >45 years28

Insurance
 Public 23.50.372
 Private22
 Public and private25.4
 None37.5

Education of father
 Primary school30.5<
 Secondary school26.7
 High school23.9
 College22.7
 University19.6

Education of mother
 Primary school36.9<
 Secondary school29
 High school25.5
 College19.3
 University19.7

 High22.6
 Moderate23.2
 Low30.5

Immigrants43.7<
Nonimmigrants21.8

Residence
 Big Towns23.70.661
 Small Towns24.8
 Villages23.2

Number of children
 2-323.70.25
 <2 ή >324.7

Couples23.80.355
Singles 24.9

Experience of recurrent URIs
 Yes22.20.132
 No 24.1

Pediatrician-parent relation
 Friends or relatives 26.10.052
 Typical 23.7

Access to healthcare system
 Good 24.8
 Moderate23.4
 Poor 19.5

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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