This horizontal bar graph shows what percentage of the GP’s total number of patients using pregabalin, were using either the 25 mg or 75 mg or 150 mg or 300 mg strength capsules. Strength of pregabalin tablet is shown on the y-axis. Four strengths are displayed: 25 mg is represented by the top bar, followed by 75 mg second from the top, 150 mg third from the top and 300 mg at the bottom. Percentage of patients is displayed on the x-axis, and ranges from 0 to 100% increasing in 20% increments. The total number of patients using pregabalin is also displayed on the x-axis label.
A note is provided at the bottom: Due to patients receiving multiple strengths of pregabalin on the same day, percentages may not total 100%. n = total number of patients. Data reflects prescriptions dispensed in financial year 2016–17.
In financial 2016-17, this GP had 39 patients using pregabalin. Of these:
- 36% were using 25 mg strength tablets
- 59% were using 75 mg strength tablets
- 5% were using 150 mg strength tablets
- 0% were using 300 mg strength tablets.
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