Volume 11, Number 1—January 2005
Demand for Prophylaxis after Bioterrorism-Related Anthrax Cases, 2001
|Received requests (%)||p value|
|Metropolitan area||22/82 (27)||0.82|
|Nonmetropolitan area||36/128 (28)|
|Family practice||26/62 (41)||0.61|
|Internal medicine||14/42 (30)|
|Emergency medicine||2/5 (33)|
*Nine physicians who listed 2 specialties and 2 who listed “other” as a specialty were excluded from the frequency distribution for physician specialty.
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