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Table 4 Adjusted* parental smoking prevalence in the intervention cohort and the control cohort

From: The impact of a minimal smoking cessation intervention for pregnant women and their partners on perinatal smoking behaviour in primary health care: A real-life controlled study

  Intervention cohort Control cohort    
Maternal smoking prevalence % 95% CI % 95% CI aOR 95% CI p-value
   At the beginning of pregnancy 21.7 19.4–24.1 25.1 22.7–27.6 0.78 0.61–1.00 0.05
   At inclusion 4.9 3.5–6.4 7.1 5.6–8.6 0.63 0.42–0.95 0.03
   6 weeks postnatal 5.8 4.3–7.4 7.6 6.0–9.2 0.72 0.49–1.06 0.09
Paternal smoking prevalence        
   At the beginning of pregnancy 21.9 19.2–24.6 24.7 21.8–27.5 0.86 0.69–1.07 0.17
   At inclusion 17.0 14.5–19.5 21.2 18.5–23.9 0.76 0.60–0.97 0.03
   6 weeks postnatal 14.5 12.2–16.9 17.9 15.4–20.4 0.78 0.60–1.00 0.05
  1. *Parental smoking prevalence adjusted for maternal age at start pregnancy, first child and marital state.