Efficacy and effectiveness of the smoking cessation program for pregnant women.

@article{Polanska2004EfficacyAE,
  title={Efficacy and effectiveness of the smoking cessation program for pregnant women.},
  author={Kinga Polanska and Wojciech Hanke and Wojciech Sobala and John B. Lowe},
  journal={International journal of occupational medicine and environmental health},
  year={2004},
  volume={17 3},
  pages={369-77}
}
OBJECTIVES The aim of randomized trial was to evaluate the effectiveness of anti-smoking counseling in the population of pregnant women from the maternity centers in Lódź, central Poland. MATERIALS AND METHODS One hundred and forty nine current smokers and 56 spontaneous quitters were randomized into the smoking cessation intervention and 144 current smokers and 37 spontaneous quitters were included in the control group. The intervention program covered four midwife visits during pregnancy… CONTINUE READING

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