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  • Self-Medication in the COVID-19 Pandemic: Survival of the Fittest #MMPMID34099083
  • Rafiq K; Nesar S; Anser H; Leghari QU; Hassan A; Rizvi A; Raza A; Saify ZS
  • Disaster Med Public Health Prep 2021[Jun]; ä (ä): 1-5 PMID34099083show ga
  • OBJECTIVE: After the World Health Organization (WHO) declared coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) a pandemic, intense efforts to combat the novel coronavirus were undertaken, with many fatalities in most regions of the world. The high fatality rate and socioeconomic collapse affected the health of uninfected individuals because healthcare measures and scheduled clinical and hospital visits were avoided by people in an attempt to reduce their exposure to the contagion. The general population began self-medication practices as means to safeguard against exposure to the virus. METHODS: The present study investigated the effectiveness of self-medication compliance among the general population. For this purpose, a questionnaire on the Zenodo scale was developed and adults and teen respondents were asked to complete it, after providing consent. The data gathered were analyzed using IBM SPSS Statistics Version 26. RESULTS: The study amazingly found high compliance with self-medication among the focused population during the period of COVID-19. Estimated results showed a highly significant correlation of 0.000, P < 0.05, between the adaptation of self-medication and pandemic situation, which was estimated from chi-squared and Fisher test results. CONCLUSIONS: However, the fear of coronavirus made the practice, or malpractice, a survival of the fittest, innate ability of human nature.
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