Tobacco Use Behaviors and Perceptions of Parental Smokers in the Emergency Department Setting
AuthorMahabee-Gittens, E Melinda
Merianos, Ashley L
Tabangin, Meredith E
Khoury, Jane C
Gordon, Judith S
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PublisherSAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD
CitationMahabee-Gittens, E. M., Merianos, A. L., Stone, L., Tabangin, M. E., Khoury, J. C., & Gordon, J. S. (2019). Tobacco Use Behaviors and Perceptions of Parental Smokers in the Emergency Department Setting. Tobacco Use Insights, 12, 1179173X19841392.
JournalTOBACCO USE INSIGHTS
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AbstractParents were 56.1% non-Hispanic black; 87.5% women; mean (SD) number of cigarettes smoked/day was 10.5(6.8). A higher proportion of parents with younger children <3 years old reported smoking bans compared with parents with older children ⩾3 to <18 years old (41.3% vs 19.7%, P < .0001). Subsequent analyses revealed this pattern for both black and white parents. A total of 212 (51%) of children had biochemical assessment of TSE; 89.6% had detectable TSE. Younger children had significantly higher cotinine levels than older children independent of their race (P < .001).
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SponsorsUnited States Department of Health & Human Services National Institutes of Health (NIH) - USA [R01HD083354, K01DA044313]
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