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Table 6 Comparison of parental smoking between the cohorts after the smoking intervention programme

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

  Parental smoking prevalence 6 weeks post partum    
Smoking behaviour Intervention cohort Control cohort    
at inclusion: n % 95% CI n % 95% CI aOR 95% CI p-value
Mother non-smoking 20 2,1 1,3–3,2 27 3,2 2,2–4,6 0,77* 0,42–1,42 0,40
Mother smoking 42 72,4 59,1–83,3 57 67,9 57,3–76,9 1,54* 0,63–3,73 0,34
Father non-smoking 24 2,9 2,0–4,4 21 3,1 2,0–4,7 0,92 0,53–1,59 0,76
Father smoking 116 69,9 62,5–76,4 134 74,0 67,2–79,9 0,61 0,35–1,04 0,07
  1. Stratified analysis according to smoking behaviour at inclusion, crude prevalence stated for smoking.
  2. *aORs adjusted for maternal age, first child, and paternal smoking at the beginning of pregnancy
  3. aORs adjusted for first child and maternal age