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S52500 Checked for plagiarism Yes Review by Single-blind Peer reviewer comments 3 Medical Department, Novartis Hellas, Athens, Greece Background: The prevalence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in females appears to be increasing.
Recent studies have revealed that the percentage of women with COPD in Greece is approximately 12.5%.
Following this sampling, data were provided by 199 respiratory physicians.
Results: The participating physicians provided data from 6,125 COPD patients.
Accepted for publication 28 October 2013 Published 17 February 2014 Volume 2014:9(1) Pages 203—213 DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/COPD.These zones included the “tertiary hospital zone”, areas with very large hospitals, very high density of respiratory medicine physicians, and low ratios of expected COPD cases per physician; the “intermediate zone”, areas with large respiratory medicine departments and many private practitioners; and a third zone which included all remaining prefectures – areas with mostly aging rural populations and few respiratory medicine physicians.To cope with the (unknown) variation arising from possible differences among hospital respiratory medicine departments (ie, size, organizational factors, and other differences), we decided to include as many departments as feasible.Aims: To evaluate the burden of COPD among males and females in Greece through a nationwide cross-sectional survey and to explore sex differences regarding functional characteristics and exacerbation frequency.Methods: Data collection was completed in a 6-month period.
Methods Study design In order to estimate the nationwide rate of newly diagnosed cases, it was essential to take into account that COPD diagnosis and treatment could be performed either in hospitals or in the offices of private practitioners (mainly respiratory medicine physicians).