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Table 3 Gain in average life expectancy in the population under various smoking reduction scenarios for females

From: Gains in life expectancy in the Australian population due to reductions in smoking: comparisons between interventions targeting the population versus interventions in a specific high risk group

Scenarios ALE
(95% CI)
Gain in ALE relative to Base scenario
Baseline 40.21 (39.87, 40.55)
10% rate 40.39 (40.00, 40.97) 0.18
0% rate 40.88 (40.25, 41.37) 0.67
10% rate
Homeless
40.27 (39.42, 40.89) 0.06
10% rate pop & homeless 40.52 (39.88, 41.02) 0.31
0% rate homeless 40.31 (39.61, 40.58) 0.10
0% rate pop & homeless 41.03 (40.22, 41.48) 0.82
10% rate prisoner 40.25 (39.70, 40.65) 0.04
10% rate pop & homeless 40.48 (39.97,40.88) 0.27
0% rate prisoner 40.33 (39.83, 40.38) 0.12
0% rate pop & prisoner 40.97 (40.08, 41.58) 0.76
10% rate mentally ill 40.42 (39.92, 40.88) 0.21
10% rate pop & mentally ill 40.58 (39.98, 41.30) 0.36
0% rate mentally ill 40.50 (40.10, 40.97) 0.29
0% rate pop & mentally ill 41.06 (40.63, 41.57) 0.85
10% rate indigenous 40.32 (39.86,40.79) 0.11
10% rate pop & Indigenous 40.50 (40.04, 41.23) 0.29
0% rate indigenous 40.37 (39.88, 40.93) 0.16
0% rate pop & indigenous 41.04 (40.40, 41.86) 0.83
10% rate low SES 40.38 (39.92, 41.08) 0.17
10% rate pop & low SES 40.52 (39.94, 41.13) 0.31
0% rate low SES 40.49 (40.02, 41.51) 0.28
0% rate pop & low SES 41.09 (40.54, 41.83) 0.88