Assessment of smoking behaviour in a dental setting: a 1-year follow-up study using self-reported questionnaire data and exhaled carbon monoxide levels

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This study analyses the changes in smoking habits over the course of 1 year in a group of patients referred to an oral medicine unit. Smoking history and behaviour were analysed at baseline and after 1 year based on a self-reported questionnaire and on exhaled carbon monoxide levels [in parts per million (ppm)]. During the initial examination, all smokers… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00784-013-1036-x

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@article{Brgger2013AssessmentOS, title={Assessment of smoking behaviour in a dental setting: a 1-year follow-up study using self-reported questionnaire data and exhaled carbon monoxide levels}, author={Odette Engel Br{\"{u}gger and Marc Frei and Pedram P Sendi and Peter A. Reichart and Christoph A Ramseier and Michael M. Bornstein}, journal={Clinical Oral Investigations}, year={2013}, volume={18}, pages={909-915} }