병원내방자의 진료선택에 관한 연구

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A Study on the Inclination for Medical Diagnosis and Treatment of Those Who have Visited the Hospital
Authors
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Department
Dept. of Preventive Medicine (예방의학)
Issue Date
1982
Citation
Keimyung Medical Journal, Vol.1(1) : 89-97, 1982
Abstract
The writer has investigated their inclination for medical diagnosis and treatment throught 1,481 persons in total from March 8, 1982 to June 10, 1982. : 567 Out-patient and their relatives the investigation has had direct interview with, 487 Kyung San Buk Do personnel who received physical examination, 417 Daegu Bank employees. 1. Last year, the percentage in the choice of medical institution was 48.9% of all the investigated in phusician's clinic, only 2.5% in herb clinic. This figure showed that their preferance for physician's clinic was much greater that herb clinic. The reason they chosen the Phusicians was that they found "the treatment is sufficient" in 36.8%, "lab tests are sufficient" in 21.5%, "the medical facilites are good" in 11.2% of them. Of all the patients who have visited either the Physicians, 48.7% in both physicians and herb as follows: 35.% in physicians, 61.0% in herb physicians, 48.7% in both physicians and herb physicians. The number of the patient who have visited the herb physicians was much higher than that of the physicians. 2. They have administerated herb medicine (a restorative) 51.0%, medicine (kinds of vitamine) in 37.9% of all the investigated as health promotion. The percentage of herb medicine was much highter than that of medicine. 3. In the case of "dislocated bone," all the investigated prefered the acupuncture to herb medicine as treatment method regardless of educational level. The percentage was as follows: 35.7% in illiteracy, 22.7% in primary school graduate, 21.4% in middle school graduate, 45.7% in high school gradute and 39.8% in college graduate. 4. The differance in the percentage between the attitude of physicians and herb physicians toward the patients was 9.4% to the effect that herb physicians used more "difficult expressions" than physicians and 7.9% the effect that physicians was more "complex" than herb physicians in the medical diagnosis and treatment. This figure showed that these two example were greater in the differance of percentage than any other reason.
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http://kumel.medlib.dsmc.or.kr/handle/2015.oak/14288
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1. Journal Papers (연구논문) > 1. School of Medicine (의과대학) > Dept. of Preventive Medicine (예방의학)
2. Keimyung Medical Journal (계명의대 학술지) > 1982
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