2 edition of Factors affecting medication adherence in children found in the catalog.
Factors affecting medication adherence in children
Ola A. Al-Omran
Written in English
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Moreover, factors within each phase of adherence also differed with different populations such as parents, children, adolescents, and adults. Fear of addiction, medication effectiveness, psychiatric comorbidity, and medication side effects were the most common factors identified in all three phases of by: 3. Adolescents living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa are a vulnerable group at the intersection of poverty and health disparities. The family is a vital microsystem that provides financial and emotional support to achieve optimal antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence. In this study, we explore the association between family factors and ART adherence self-efficacy, a significant psychological.
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Medication Adherence in Children. knowledge and attitude may affect giving the medication to their children with the correct dose and time. To assess factors influencing adherence from the. The factors governing oral medication adherence among children and adolescents with type 2 diabetes (T2D) have not been studied in depth until recently. The TODAY (Treatment Options for Type 2 Diabetes in Adolescents and Youth; Identifier: NCT) study group, formed by investigators from several institutions across the United States, studied the treatment Author: Jasenka Piljac Žegarac.
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The factors influencing children's medication adherence include the following: (a) presence of comorbidity (e.g., ADHD with depression, ADHD with anxiety disorder, and schizophrenia with depression increase adherence; ADHD with oppositional disorder or borderline personality disorder decrease adherence); (b) particular prescriptions and dosages; (c) adverse reactions to medications; Cited by: 5.
Medication adherence was greater in children and mothers when mothers felt that “children's symptoms improved with treatment and medication.” Medication adherence in children and mothers significantly correlated with the child's reported trust in their by: 5.
Factors affecting adherence in children and young people have been the subject of many studies, most of which concluding that there are multiple factors to consider, summarised in figure 1. The Factors affecting medication adherence in children book factors of focus in this article are caregiver factors, individualistic factors, peer support and healthcare by: 2.
Factors Affecting Medication Adherence in Children Receiving Outpatient Pharmacotherapy and Parental Adherence factors affecting children's medication adherence and the role of parental. ence facilitate medication adherence in children, and they are important factors in achieving the intended treatment out-comes.
Formulation acceptability differs across age groups as children gradually develop their cognitive and motor skills and improve their ability to swallow medications.2 The oral route is generallyAuthor: Faye Chappell.
Probably the most obvious factors affecting adherence are those associated with the patients themselves. These, however, are not always prominent factors until responsibility is passed over to the patient, normally in the Key message This review summarises factors which may affect children and young people’s adherenceCited by: 2.
Parental adherence to children's medication was % and % in Saudi parents and British parents respectively. Factor analysis of the items in the questionnaire that assessed adherence behaviour in both the Saudi and British sample revealed two main factors: child refusal and parental non-adherence.
Introduction Medication non-adherence has been documented in children of all ages, for both acute and chronic illnesses. 1 Many factors appear to influence adherence to treatment among children, for example, age of the child, characteristics of both the disease and regimen, and the doctor-patient relationship.
2 The child's knowledge and attitude towards medicine also plays a vital role in medication adherence. Barriers to Medication Adherence For parents and children, the daily hassles of living, stress, and typical family conflict are the biggest barriers to medication adherenceFile Size: KB.
Factors influencing adherence Adherence involves more than remembering when to take medication. Individual, medication, social and health service factors all impact on an adolescent’s ability and motivation to adhere to treatment and remain engaged in care for ongoing monitoring and support.
In this cross-sectional study, children with epilepsy were recruited from Western China Second Hospital. Questionnaires were used to collect baseline patient data and medication adherence, which was assessed using the Morisky scale.
An ordinal logistic regression model was used to examine the factors affecting medication : Chunsong Yang, Chunsong Yang, Dan Yu, Jiayuan Li, Lingli Zhang. Objective To identify the risk factors that influence patient adherence with the prescribed medication and their association with asthma control.
Methodology Total children with persistent asthma from inpatient and outpatient department of children hospital were included in this study. The medication adherence was assessed by using Morisky medication adherence assessment Author: UJ Jabeen, F Zeeshan, IB Bano, AB Bari, A Waheed Rathore.
Medication non-adherence hasbeen documented in children of all ages, for both acute and chronic illnesses. 1 Many factors appear to influence adherence to treatment among children, for example, age of the child, characteristics of both the disease and regimen, and the doctor-patient relationship.2 The child's knowledge and attitude towards medicine also plays a vital role in medication Cited by: 1.
Additional factors affecting adherence relate to the understanding that the child and parent have about the child's condition and fears about medication safety or efficacy This is especially true with chronic conditions; medications are used to control the disease but do not necessarily make the child feel better.
If the child looks healthy, the caregiver may think that the child does not need to be on medication Cited by: 4. The factors affecting medication adherence included the patient’s degree of satisfaction with the service (β=, P=), sufficient explanation of medication counseling (β=, P=), education level (β=, P=), health-related problems (β=, P=), and dosing frequency (β=, P=).Cited by: and that adolescents are less adherent than younger children.
Many of the factors influencing adherence in paediatrics are similar to those seen in adult patient populations. The need for a caregiver (most often a parent) to be involved adds an extra dimension to the problems of adherence in Size: KB.
With these factors in mind, the school-aged group is particularly susceptible to asthma exacerbations, and indeed, children struggle with optimal asthma control in the classroom.
24 Therefore, because early habits to follow medication regimes are correlated with greater adherence later in life and because schools cannot reasonably be tasked Author: Narmeen Rehman, Mário Morais-Almeida, Ann Chen Wu.
The drug regimen for each child was documented in addition to the other medication factors such as side effects of the ART, drug dosing and tolerability [5, 11, 15].
We also assessed caregiver forgetfulness to remind their HIV infected children on ART to take their medication on time, since it has been found to affect the child’s by: 1. Adherence to preventive asthma treatment is poor, particularly in children, yet the factors associated with adherence in this age group are not well understood.
Adherence was monitored electronically over 6 months in school-aged children who attended a regional emergency department in New Zealand for an asthma exacerbation and were prescribed twice-daily inhaled by: Abstract.
Background: Cystic fibrosis is a complex, multi-system impairment with poly pharmacy which affects both children and their parents.
Adherence to treatment is essential to optimize CF disease management. Aims and Objectives: The aim of the present study was to evaluate the medication adherence and indeed identify the factors affecting adherence in this : Shahideh Amini, Saedeh Sadat Jafarrangraz, Mohammadreza Modaresi, Kheirollah Gholami.
Published data on adherence to ARVs in Kenyan adolescents is limited. The purpose of this study was to determine the ARVS adherence level and describe the healthcare system, medication and social environmental factors affecting this adherence among Human Author: Wambugu Naomi, Gatongi Peter, Joe Mbuthia, Mokaya Joshua, Taratisio Ndwiga.Children and adherence Children are less likely than adults to take drugs as directed.
In a study of children who had streptococcal infections and for whom a day course of penicillin was prescribed, 56% were not taking the drug by the third day, 71% were not taking the drug by the sixth day, and 82% were not taking the drug by the ninth day.The challenges of adherence to ART identified include factors related to patients and their families, socioeconomic factors, medication, and healthcare systems as summarized in Figure 1.
This has implications for interventions to improve ART adherence and therefore the program needs to address these interrelated and multidimensional factors Cited by: