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Table. 4.

Table. 4.

Item statistics for patient satisfaction (SAMS-S)

Item MPH (n=35) ATX (n=9) p-value
1. My medicine helps me reduce the trouble I have 4.74±0.89 3.89±0.93 0.014
2. My medicine helps me pay attention 4.83±0.89 4.00±1.00 0.019
3. My medicine helps me stay in my seat when I am supposed to 4.51±1.31 3.67±1.00 0.079
4. My medicine helps me sustain attention and stick to tasks 4.77±1.14 3.89±0.60 0.004
5. My medicine helps me cope better with homework assignments and other tasks 4.63±1.14 3.89±0.60 0.013
6. My medicine helps me get along with other kids 4.11±1.28 2.78±1.79 0.061
7. My medicine helps me get along with my family 4.40±1.27 3.33±1.50 0.035
8. My medicine helps me get along at school 4.40±1.48 3.44±1.33 0.086
9. The effect of my medicine start in good time in the morning 4.57±1.04 3.67±1.12 0.027
10. My medicine is effective long enough during the day 4.60±1.04 3.67±0.87 0.017
11. My medicine make me feel good 3.69±1.28 2.44±1.24 0.012
12. Overall, I am quite happy with my medicine 4.63±1.11 3.67±0.71 0.018

Data are presented as mean±SD. SD: standard deviation, MPH: methylphenidate, ATX: atomoxetine, SAMS-S: satisfaction with medication scale-self report form

J Korean Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 2021;32:10-6 https://doi.org/10.5765/jkacap.200024
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