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Table 4 Results of consumption of cigarettes in the home and quit attempts

From: Cost-effectiveness of a complex intervention to reduce children’s exposure to second-hand smoke in the home

  Base-case analysis (with imputed data) Complete case analysis
  Intervention Usual Care Difference (95% CI) P-value Intervention Usual care Difference (95% CI) P-value
No. of households n = 102 n = 102 n = 204   n = 95 n = 93 n = 188  
Cost (SD) £328 (£151) £45 (£20) £283 (£254 to £313) < 0.001 £330(£148) £44(£21) £286 (£256 to £317) < 0.001
Reduction of consumption in the home (no. of cigarettes per day) (SD) 11 (10.7) 4 (10.8) 7 (9.8 to 3.9 to 9.8) < 0.001 11 (10.8) 4 (10.5) 7.5 (4.4 to 10.6) < 0.001
No. of households n = 102 n = 102 n = 204   n = 93 n = 93 n = 186  
Cost (SD) £328 (£151) £45 (£20) £283 (£254 to £313) < 0.001 £331 (£149) £44 (£21) £286 (£256 to £318)) < 0.001
Quit attempt rate (%)(SD) 29.4% (43.6%) 8.6% (27.1%) 20.7% (10.8% to 30.8%) < 0.001 29% (45.6%) 8.6% (28.2%) 20.4% (7.3% to 32.0%) < 0.001