종합병원에 입원한 남자환자에서 음주문제의 유병율

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Prevalence of Alcohol-Related Problems among Male Inpatients in General Hospital
Authors
박영남
Department
Dept. of Psychiatry (정신건강의학)
Issue Date
1989
Citation
Keimyung Medical Journal, Vol.8(1) : 134-140, 1989
Abstract
요 약 저자는 1987년 2월부터 5월까지 계명대학교 부속 동산병원에 입원한 18세이상 남자환자중 음주한 경험이 있는 382명을 대상으로 17개항목의 음주문제를 조사하여 연령, 교육수준, 직업, 거주지에 따른 특징을 분석하였다. 17개항목의 음주문제들의 평생유병율은 음주후 취함 83.5%, 금주시도 57.3%, 음주시 자제함 39.8%, 자신의 평가시 과음 36.4%, 음주에 대한 가족의 불평 33.5%, 건망증상 30.4%, 음주로 인한 신체질병 29.6%, 음주에 대한 친구의 불평 22.5%, 해장음주 16.8%, 신체질병에도 불구하고 음주 16.2%, 음주로 인한 직장문제 13.6%, 2일이상 계속하여 음주 11.3%, 금단증상 11.3%, 음주시 싸움질 10.7%, 음주로 인한 사고 및 신체손상 9.4%, 음주하지 않고 정상업무 수행불능 6.3%, 음주로 인한 경찰문제 4.2% 순으로 나타났다. 음주문제들의 빈도는 연령적으로 40대와 50대군에서, 교육수준이 낮은군에서 농업종사자들에서 높게 나타났다.
The author surveyed the lifetime prevalence rates of 17 drinking-related problems among 382 ever-drinking hospitalized male patients in general medical and surgical service. The prevalence rates of 17 drinking-related problems were as follows: drunkenness 83.5%, attempting abstinence 57.3%, controlled drinking 39.8%, excessive drinking by own assessment 36.4%, family's complaint of drinking 33.5% blackout 30.4%, drinking-related physical problems 29.6%, friend's complaint of drinking 22.5%, morning drinking 16.8%, drinking despite physical problems 16.2%, job problems 13.6%, binge drinking 11.3%, withdrawal symptoms 11.3%, fighting after drinking 10.7%, accident and injury due to drinking 9.4%, inability to function without drinking male seems to have experienced substential drinking-related problems. The result also revealed higher prevalence rates of most of the problems surveyed among 40's and 50' of age group, lower educational level group and farmer by occupation.
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http://kumel.medlib.dsmc.or.kr/handle/2015.oak/14569
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1. Journal Papers (연구논문) > 1. School of Medicine (의과대학) > Dept. of Psychiatry (정신건강의학)
2. Keimyung Medical Journal (계명의대 학술지) > 1989
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박영남
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