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MONTOYA ESPINOSA, Alexandra; CORRALES, Sandra Catalina and SEGURA CARDONA, Ángela María. APREVALENCE AND FACTORS ASOCIATED WITH THE SUBSTANCES RELATED DISORDERS AT GUATAPES SCHOOL. Investig. andina [online]. 2008, vol.10, n.16, pp. 44-56. ISSN 0124-8146.
Objective: To determine prevalence and factors associated with the substance related Disorders at Guatapés school. Methods: A cross-sectional, which surveyed the 546 students of high school in this town in 2005. We found prevalences consumption and risk factors were explored by calculating OR. Results: The alcoholism prevalence was 12.5% for men and 6.2% for women. It did not have consumption basuco, heroin, popper, the marijuana was the most illicit substance consumed (1.6%). The risk factors found were domestic violence, sexual abuse, physical abuse, support of partners, other ps or friends, living with mother and her partner or alone with mother, consumers friends and sadness or rejected at school. Conclusions: The licit substances more consumed were alcohol and cigarette, and illicit substances was marijuana, all substances were the most consumed for men.
Keywords : Substance-Related Disorders; Street Drugs; Adolescent; Prevalence.