Cardiovascular Psychiatry and Neurology / 2012 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Smoking Cessation Intervention in a Cardiovascular Hospital Based Clinical Setting

Table 1

Sociodemographic details of patients attended smoking cessation clinic in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

VariableDescriptionOverall With followup Dropped out

Age (years)19–4446 (18.2%)30 (16.1%)2 (12.5%)
45–5480 (31.6%)59 (31.7%)6 (37.5%)
55–6475 (29.6%)59 (31.7%)6 (37.5%)
65+51 (20.2%)37 (19.9%)2 (12.5%)

SexMale138 (54.5%)104 (55.9%)11 (68.8%)
Female115 (45.5%)82 (44.1%)5 (31.3%)

Marital statusNever married24 (9.5%)16 (8.6%)1 (6.3%)
Currently married127 (50.2%)102 (54.8%)7 (43.8%)
Common law/living partner22 (8.7%)8 (4.3%)2 (12.5%)
Separated16 (6.3%)11 (5.9%)2 (12.5%)
Divorced38 (15.0%)29 (15.6%)1 (6.3%)
Widowed19 (7.5%)14 (7.5%)2 (12.5%)

EducationNone1 (0.4%)1 (0.5%)0 (0.0%)
1–8 years27 (10.7%)22 (11.8%)2 (12.5%)
9–12 years109 (43.1%)79 (42.5%)7 (43.8%)
Trade school31 (12.3%)24 (12.9%)3 (18.8%)
College/university72 (28.5%)48 (25.8%)3 (18.8%)

Income in $0–29.9K92 (36.4%)66 (35.5%)6 (37.5%)
30–39.9K26 (10.3%)18 (9.7%)2 (12.5%)
40–49.9K25 (9.9%)18 (9.7%)1 (6.3%)
50–69.9K31 (12.3%)22 (11.8%)2 (12.5%)
>70 K50 (19.8%)39 (21.0%)3 (18.8%)

EmploymentCurrently employed116 (45.8%)83 (44.6%)5 (31.3%)

SDI0 = none48 (19.0%)38 (20.4%)3 (18.8%)
133 (13.0%)22 (11.8%)1 (6.3%)
239 (15.4%)29 (15.6%)1 (6.3%)
355 (21.7%)40 (21.5%)6 (37.5%)
439 (15.4%)27 (14.5%)3 (18.8%)
5 = high39 (15.4%)30 (16.1%)2 (12.5%)

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