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Scottish Health Survey 2014 - volume 1: main report

Presents results for the Scottish Health Survey 2014, providing information on the health and factors relating to health of people living in Scotland.

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Table 7.9 COPD treatment and type of treatment, 2012/2013/2014 combined, by age and sex

Aged 16 and over with COPD 2012/2013/2014 combined
Type of treatment received Age Total
16-64 65+
  % % %
Men
COPD treatment received      
Regular check-up with GP / hospital / clinic 43 76 59
Taking medication (tablets / inhalers) 50 78 64
Advice or treatment to stop smoking 29 14 22
Using oxygen 2 7 5
Immunisations against flu / pneumococcus 23 48 35
Exercise or physical activity 7 19 12
Advice or treatment to lose weight 7 6 6
Other 1 - 1
Any COPD treatment received 53 82 67
No COPD treatment received 47 18 33
Women
COPD treatment received
Regular check-up with GP / hospital / clinic 56 63 60
Taking medication (tablets / inhalers) 64 70 67
Advice or treatment to stop smoking 21 19 20
Using oxygen 4 5 4
Immunisations against flu / pneumococcus 36 29 33
Exercise or physical activity 7 6 7
Advice or treatment to lose weight 4 6 5
Other 1 1 1
Any COPD treatment received 70 73 71
No COPD treatment received 30 27 29
All adults
COPD treatment received
Regular check-up with GP / hospital / clinic 51 69 59
Taking medication (tablets / inhalers) 58 73 66
Advice or treatment to stop smoking 24 17 21
Using oxygen 3 6 4
Immunisations against flu / pneumococcus 31 37 34
Exercise or physical activity 7 11 9
Advice or treatment to lose weight 5 6 6
Other 1 0 1
Any COPD treatment received 63 76 69
No COPD treatment received 37 24 31
Bases (weighted):
Men 116 109 224
Women 165 155 320
All adults 280 264 545
Bases (unweighted):
Men 115 137 252
Women 187 182 369
All adults 302 319 621

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