Cardiovascular Psychiatry and Neurology / 2012 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Smoking Cessation Intervention in a Cardiovascular Hospital Based Clinical Setting

Table 2

Medical history of patients attended smoking cessation clinic.

Medical history categoriesDescriptionOverall 
Followup 

CVD*
PADPeripheral arterial disease95 (38.3%)73 (40.1%)
CADCoronary artery disease121 (48.2%)92 (49.7%)
CBVDCerebrovascular disease38 (15.08%)32 (17.3%)
OtherOther CVD137 (54.15%)102 (54.84%)
SurgerySurgery20 (7.9%)16 (8.6%)
EndometabolicAbnormal lipids171 (67.6%)129 (69.4%)
Diabetes48 (19.0%)37 (19.9%)
NeurologicalSeizures12 (4.7%)10 (5.4%)
Head injury35 (13.8%)26 (14.0%)
PsychiatricEating disorders5 (2.0%)3 (1.6%)
History of psychiatric illness79 (31.2%)63 (33.9%)
CancerCancer21 (8.3%)16 (8.6%)
Dermatologic Skin rash42 (16.6%)32 (17.2%)
RespiratoryCOPD/asthma65 (25.7%)46 (24.7%)
Hepatic Hepatic insufficiency 15 (5.9%)10 (5.4%)
Renal Renal insufficiency21 (8.3%)14 (7.5%)
OtherOther149 (58.9%)103 (55.4%)

*CVD: cardiovascular disease.
COPD: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Numbers do not add to 100% due to overlap and comorbidity of several illnesses in same individuals.

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