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Table 3 The 10 most prevalent prescription medication groups purchased by 271 primary health care centre patients in a randomised controlled trial. One prescription fill during the study period (365 days) was enough to be classified as a user

From: Does early identification of high work related stress affect pharmacological treatment of primary care patients? - analysis of Swedish pharmacy dispensing data in a randomised control study

Name of medication groupTotal No. usersUsers in the intervention group (n = 132)Users in the control group (n = 139)Difference in proportion95% CI for difference in proportions
  Nn%n% upperlower
M01AAntiinflammatory and antirheumatic products, non-steroids924131.15136.75.6−0.050.17
N06AAntidepressants914131.15036.04.9−0.060.16
A02BDrugs for treatment of peptic ulcer582518.93323.74.8−0.050.15
N02BOther analgesics and antipyretics572720.53021.61.1−0.080.12
N05BAnxiolytics532518.92820.11.2−0.080.10
J01CBeta-lactam antibacterials, penicillins492720.52215.8−4.7−0.130.05
N05CHypnotics and sedatives492115.92820.14.2−0.050.13
N02AOpioids442216.72215.8−0.9−0.100.08
C07ABeta blocking agents331712.91611.5−1.4−0.090.07
R06AAntihistamines for systemic use29118.31812.94.6−0.020.12