Towards the control of smoking in hospitals / Douglas W. Rankin
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Hurst, Tom; Masironi, Roberto (1993)
Edraki, M.; Rambod, M. (2011)This case-control study in Shiraz aimed to determine the relationship betwterl parental smoking and childhood cancer. A questionnaire was completed by the mothers of 98 children newly diagnosed with cancer before the age of 14 years and 100 age- and sex-matched controls. Maternal smoking [prior to and during pregnancy and after the birth], and the numbers of maternal cigarettes smoked were not associated with an increased risk of childhood cancer. However, maternal exposure to passive smoke during pregnancy increased the risk of cancer childhood ...
Badran, E.; Salhab, A.S.; Al Jaghbir, M. (2009)To study exposure to environmental tobacco smoke during the first year of life, 220 infants attending the outpatient paediatric clinic of the University of Jordan for routine visits with their mothers were recruited to the study. Mothers completed a questionnaire about smoking habits of household members, and urine samples were obtained from infants for analysis of cotinine levels. A total of 60.0% of infants were reported to be exposed to passive smoking at home and 36.4% had detectable levels of urine cotinine [mean 7.1 ng/mL, range 0.27-41 ...