Antibiotic Footprint Thailand - Pilot Questionnaire Study (AFT PILOT)

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University of Oxford

Status

Completed

Conditions

Antibiotic Usage

Treatments

Other: Obtain inform consent via questionnaire of Monkey Survey

Study type

Observational

Funder types

Other

Identifiers

NCT03368768
MICRO1704

Details and patient eligibility

About

Antimicrobial-resistant bacterial infection is an important cause of death in Thailand and in other countries worldwide. Increasing use of antibiotics in both animals and humans is one of the main drive that increase the incidence of antimicrobial resistant bacteria in human, animals and environment. National Action Plan for Combating Antibiotic-resistant Bacteria aimed to have general population taking antibiotics less than 20% when they have common cold or diarrheal symptoms. However, there is little accurate information about behaviors of Thai people. Most studies were conducted in hospitals, clinics or pharmacy. Therefore, it did not include behaviors of those who had symptoms but did not present at hospitals, clinics or pharmacy. In this study, the investigators aim to use questionnaire to Thai adult population to ask for the the amount of antibiotic used and the periods they had symptoms of common cold or diarrhea over one year period of year 2017. The main aim is to estimate the total antibiotic usage per human population, and plan for the study in the future.

Enrollment

237 patients

Sex

All

Ages

18+ years old

Volunteers

No Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

The participant may enter the study if ALL of the following apply:

  • Participant is willing and able to give informed consent for participation in the study.
  • Male or female, aged 18 years or above.
  • Living in Thailand (staying in Thailand more than 6 months per year)

Exclusion criteria

None

Trial design

237 participants in 1 patient group

Contact group email of Mahidol-Oxford Research Unit (MORU)
Description:
The investigator aims to have at least 100 adult people who could provide information for the total of one year. This expects that at least 20 of those 100 people would have common cold or diarrhea at least one time over one year period. This should provide more than 80% power to detect whether the proportion of having antibiotics when they have common cold or diarrhea was lower than 50% or not. The hypothesized proportion was 20% as stated by the national strategy against AMR in Thailand
Treatment:
Other: Obtain inform consent via questionnaire of Monkey Survey

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