초등학생 이하 자녀의 항생제 복용에 대한 보호자 인식조사

Title
초등학생 이하 자녀의 항생제 복용에 대한 보호자 인식조사
Other Titles
Survey Analysis of Guardians' Understanding on The Antibiotic use for Their Children Under Elementary School Age
Author(s)
유봉규고해영[고해영]바스카란 랜가라잔[바스카란 랜가라잔]용철순
Keywords
antibiotic use; guardians; patients counsel; community pharmacists
Issue Date
201006
Publisher
한국임상약학회
Citation
한국임상약학회지, v.20, no.1, pp.72 - 77
Abstract
The objective of this study was to find out guardians' understanding on the antibiotic use for their children under elementary school age. Survey analysis was performed on 671 questionnaire response sheets from the guardians for children (≤13 years old) attending daycare centers, kindergartens, or elementary schools located in eastern part and vicinity of Seoul, Korea. Result showed that majority of the guardians did not follow right direction for the use of antibiotic medications. About 80% of the guardians discontinued or reduced dosage of the antibiotic medications if symptoms relieved, and about 66% of them administered the drug always after meal although interval was not consistent. Furthermore,only one-fifth of the guardians understood right indication of antibiotic medications that it is of no use to take antibiotics for the treatment of common cold. About 65% of the guardians participated in this study responded that they received drug information for antibiotic medications from doctors or pharmacists. However, in terms of knowledge score regarding antibiotic drug use, their score was significantly lower than that of guardians who received the information from internet or mass media. This result suggests that patients counsel is not efficiently being practiced among healthcare professionals in the region surveyed in this study. Therefore, in conclusion, it appears that community pharmacists need to be more interactive in patients counsel when they dispense antibiotic medications.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/22301
ISSN
1226-6051
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