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Table 4 Warnings regarding medication use and driving behavior among respondents taking medications that prohibit driving

From: Factors influencing changes in medication-taking and driving behavior after warnings about prescription medications that prohibit driving: an online survey

  Group taking medications that prohibit driving
N %
1.Stop taking (using) the medication/Drive at the same frequency as before 18 4.9%
2.Stop taking (using) the medication/Drive slightly less frequently 11 3.0%
3.Stop taking (using) the medication/Stop driving altogether 18 4.9%
4.Take (use) a lower dose of the medication/Drive at the same frequency as before 9 2.4%
5.Take (use) a lower dose of the medication/Drive less frequently 7 1.9%
6.Take (use) a lower dose of the medication/Stop driving altogether 0 0.0%
7.Take (use) the medication at longer intervals/Drive at the same frequency as before 10 2.7%
8.Take (use) the medication at longer intervals/Drive slightly less frequently 6 1.6%
9.Take (use) the medication at longer intervals/Stop driving altogether 3 0.8%
10.Take (use) the medication according to physician instructions/Drive at the same frequency as before 78 21.1%
11.Take (use) the medication according to physician instructions/Drive slightly less frequently 70 18.9%
12.Take (use) the medication according to physician instructions/Stop driving altogether 92 24.9%
13.Consult a physician, pharmacist, or nurse 41 11.1%
14.Adopt another approach/Other 7 1.9%
Total 370 100.1%