Self Medication Practice among Iraqi Patients in Baghdad City

@inproceedings{Jasim2014SelfMP,
  title={Self Medication Practice among Iraqi Patients in Baghdad City},
  author={Ali L. Jasim and Taqua A. Fadhil and Salam S. Taher},
  year={2014}
}
The practice of self medication is continuously increasing worldwide due to its important roles in curing minor conditions or symptoms. This study was conducted to evaluate the factors associated with self medication practice of Iraqi respondents residing in Baghdad City. This study was designed as cross sectional study in which data was collected via direct interviews with respondents using a previously prepared questionnaire. This study investigated 348 respondents from different age groups… CONTINUE READING
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