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Table 3 The prelavence of quit smoking among smokers with TCD and without TCD in a rural area of Shanghai, China

From: Prevalence of tobacco related chronic diseases and its role in smoking cessation among smokers in a rural area of Shanghai, China: a cross sectional study

Smokers with or without TCD Smokers who quit smoking OR 95% CI OR§ 95% CI§
n Proportion (%)
hypertension Yes (3136) 635 20.25 1.63 1.45–1.83 1.29 1.15–1.46
No (5500) 741 13.47 1.00   1.00  
Coronary diseases Yes (290) 72 24.83 1.78 1.36–2.34 1.35 1.03–1.79
No (8346) 1305 15.62 1.00   1.00  
Cerebral apoplexy Yes (237) 92 38.82 3.52 2.69–4.60 2.47 1.88–3.26
No (8399) 1284 15.29 1.00   1.00  
Diabetes Yes (768) 158 20.57 1.41 1.18–1.70 1.33 1.10–1.61
No (7868) 1218 15.48 1.00   1.00  
Chronic bronchitis Yes (658) 195 29.64 2.42 2.02–2.89 2.06 1.72–2.48
No (7978) 1181 14.80 1.00   1.00  
Asthma Yes (170) 50 29.41 2.24 1.61–3.14 2.02 1.43–2.85
No (8466) 1326 15.66 1.00   1.00  
COPD Yes (54) 19 35.19 2.89 1.65–5.07 2.34 1.31–4.20
No (8582) 1357 15.81 1.00   1.00  
Chronic gastritis Yes (808) 160 19.80 1.34 1.12–1.61 1.31 1.09–1.59
No (7828) 1216 15.53 1.00   1.00  
Chronic hepatitis Yes (316) 59 18.67 1.22 0.91–1.63 1.25 0.93–1.68
No (8320) 1317 15.83 1.00   1.00  
Cancer Yes (92) 65 70.65 13.28 8.45–20.88 10.51 6.46–17.10
No (8544) 1311 15.34 1.00   1.00  
  1. §: OR and 95% CI after the adjustment of age, education, working status and alcohol consumption (covariates adjusted during the weighted logistic regression were selected by Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) method)