To investigate the determinants of adherence to amoxicillin in patients with acute lower respiratory tract infection.
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Three European data sets were used. Adherence data were collected using self-reported diaries. Candidate determinants included factors relating to patient, condition, therapy, health care system/provider, and the study in which the patient participated. Logistic and Cox regression models were used to investigate the determ...Expand abstract
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Determinants of initiation, implementation, and discontinuation of amoxicillin by adults with acute cough in primary care.
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