Assessment of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke in nonsmoking pregnant women in different environments of daily living.

@article{Rebagliato1995AssessmentOE,
  title={Assessment of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke in nonsmoking pregnant women in different environments of daily living.},
  author={Marisa Rebagliato and Francisco Bol{\'u}mar and Charles du V Florey},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={142 5},
  pages={525-30}
}
The relation between duration of recent exposure to environmental tobacco smoke and salivary cotinine concentration was assessed in a cross-sectional study conducted during the third trimester of pregnancy of 710 nonsmoking women attending a prenatal clinic in La Fe Hospital, Valencia, Spain, between September 1, 1989, and September 30, 1991. A structured interview questionnaire was used to obtain information on duration of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke in the last 3 days to four… CONTINUE READING

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