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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 4

Backwards logistic regression analysis of the selected questions.

Q15Q17, Q18, Q19, Q22Q27Q28Q30, Q31, Q32, Q34Q42, Q45, Q46
ORP valueORP valueORP valueORP valueORP valueORP value

Islands versus1.409 0.5460.0160.9580.6441.0620.562
other Greek regions

Fathers versus0.347< 2.232< 1.1190.1391.798< 1.257

<31 or >45 years versus1.2780.1090.9940.4690.8640.0710.8340.2240.8480.063
31–45 years

Uninsured versus3.1190.0890.7240.573

School graduates mothers versus 1.745< 0.362< 0.9160.1940.8170.140.753<
upper education of mothers

School graduates fathers versus 1.2150.1781.644 0.876 0.8610.2691.0370.631
upper education of fathers

high or moderate versus0.516< 1.4410.1181.0740.4091.1310.4141.070.474
low income

Immigrants5.925< 0.163< 0.461< 0.298< 0.089< 0.407<

Urban versus0.820.116

<2 ή >3 children versus0.641 1.2320.119
2-3 children

Singles versus1.333 1.709

No experience of recurrent URIs versus0.374< 0.777
experience of recurrent URIs

Typical pediatrician-parent relation versus0.9430.669
intimate pediatrician-parent relation

Unsatisfactory access to healthcare system versus1.0870.6390.8480.590.9180.2971.190.2590.9690.733
satisfactory access to healthcare system

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

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