Published December 2002
by Edwin Mellen Pr .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||112|
Alessandra Buja, Emanuela Guarnieri, Giovanni Forza, Federica Tognazzo, Paolo Sandonà, Alessandra Zampieron, Socio-demographic factors and processes associated with stages of change for smoking cessation in pregnant versus non-pregnant women, BMC Women's Health, /, 11, 1, ().Cited by: henry lorna carolyn predictors of stage movement toward smoking cessation in pregnant women lewiston ny e mellen electronic searches of the bibliographic databases of pubmed embase psycinfo elsevier scopus and isi web of science were conducted to april all studies reporting factors associated with smoking cessation or continuing smoking during pregnancy were included and reviewed systematically irrespective of study design 14 curtin s matthew t smoking prevalence . Over 70% of these spontaneous quitters go back to smoking by six months after the birth of the baby and this rate may be higher among the lower SES patients who were able to stop smoking for the pregnancy 32 Interestingly, data on process of change variables indicate that many of these women are not quitting smoking but only stopping smoking for the duration of the pregnancy Compared to non-pregnant women who are in the process of quitting smoking Cited by: This study examined the effects of a smoking cessation intervention on stages of change in low-income, pregnant women. At first prenatal visit, women were randomized into experimental or usual.
The effectiveness of smoking cessation methods for smokers in public health maternity clinics: a randomized trial. Am J Public Health. Dec; 75 (12)– [PMC free article] Windsor RA, Boyd NR, Orleans CT. A meta-evaluation of smoking cessation intervention research among pregnant women: improving the science and art. To assess age of smoking onset as a predictor of smoking cessation during pregnancy. Multivariate logistic regression analysis of cross-sectional data women years old from the. BACKGROUND. Exposure to tobacco smoke during pregnancy is the most salient cause of infant morbidity and mortality in the United States (US Department of Health and Health Services [DHHS], , ; Hasselmeyer, Meyer, & Catz, ).A dose-response relationship exists between smoking and low birth weight (LBW): rates increase 53% for light and % for heavy smokers (DHHS, ; . Postpartum relapse. Most mothers who quit smoking during pregnancy resume smoking within 6 months of delivery and about 70% relapse within 12 months. 2 One reason for the high relapse rate is that pregnant women often report suspending their smoking only for the fetus and plan to resume smoking after the birth.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Henry, Lorna Carolyn. Predictors of stage movement toward smoking cessation in pregnant women. Lewiston, N.Y.: E. Mellen. Electronic searches of the bibliographic databases of PubMed, EMBASE, PsycINFO, Elsevier, Scopus and ISI Web of Science were conducted to April All studies reporting factors associated with smoking cessation or continuing smoking during pregnancy were included and reviewed systematically, irrespective of study design. Aveyard, P, Cheng, KK, Almond, J. Cluster randomised controlled trial of expert system based on the Transtheoretical (“stages of change”) Model for smoking prevention and cessation in schools. Br Med J. ; – Many studies have shown that the predictors of successful smoking cessation are a low level of smoking prior to pregnancy,6, 8, 12, 14, 15, 16 non-smoking partners,9, 12, 14, 15 low coffee consumption, 14 low alcohol consumption,12, 16 a high level of education,8, 12, 16, 17, 18 primiparity,9, 15 current employment, 9 experiencing nausea, 9 and living with the infants' father or a partner.5, 6, 19 Some studies stated that ethnicity is also associated with smoking cessation.