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Volume 12, Number 10—October 2006

Research

Antimicrobial Drugs in the Home, United Kingdom

Cliodna A.M. McNulty*Comments to Author , Paul Boyle†, Tom Nichols‡, Douglas P. Clappison§, and Peter Davey¶
Author affiliations: *Health Protection Agency, Gloucester, United Kingdom; †University of Saint Andrews, Saint Andrews, United Kingdom; ‡Health Protection Agency, London, United Kingdom; §Southwold Surgery, Southwold, United Kingdom; ¶University of Dundee, Dundee, United Kingdom

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Percentage of respondents with a leftover antimicrobial drug (all antimicrobial drugs, i.e., antibacterial plus antifungal drugs) by A) age (y) of respondent (p = 0.01, by test for trend) and B) no. of attitude questions answered incorrectly (p = 0.002, by test for trend). Error bars show 95% confidence intervals.

Figure 2. Percentage of respondents with a leftover antimicrobial drug (all antimicrobial drugs, i.e., antibacterial plus antifungal drugs) by A) age (y) of respondent (p = 0.01, by test for trend) and B) no. of attitude questions answered incorrectly (p = 0.002, by test for trend). Error bars show 95% confidence intervals.

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