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Table 3 Average duration of smoking in years (95% CI) by sex and age group among physicians in Estonia (population estimates)

From: Cigarette smoking and smoking-attributable diseases among Estonian physicians: a cross-sectional study

Sex Age Ex-smokers Occasional smokers Daily smokers
Male ≤ 40 8.1 (6.6–9.6) 12.2 (10.7–13.8) 9.7 (7.8–11.6)
  41–50 15.1 (13.5–16.6) 15.5 (5.5–25.5) 22.5 (19.7–25.4)
  51–60 14.9 (12.9–16.9) 19.4 (13.9–25.0) 30.0 (26.4–33.7)
  ≥ 61 21.8 (19.6–24.0) -a 43.1 (40.5–45.6)
  Total 16.6 (15.4–17.7) 17.1 (13.3–20.9) 28.6 (26.1–31.1)
Female ≤ 40 5.5 (4.8–6.2) 7.4 (5.2–9.5) 13.0 (11.0–15.0)
  41–50 9.2 (8.2–10.2) 17.9 (14.0–21.9) 22.3 (20.0–24.6)
  51–60 11.3 (10.3–12.4) 11.3 (6.1–16.5) 28.4 (26.5–30.3)
  ≥ 61 14.8 (13.5–16.1) 26.1 (16.0–36.2) 38.2 (35.6–40.8)
  Total 11.3 (10.7–11.9) 14.4 (11.6–17.1) 28.6 (27.1–30.2)
Total   13.0 (12.4–13.6) 15.5 (13.2–17.8) 28.6 (27.2–30.0)
  1. aAmong the participants there were no men over 60 smoking occasionally
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