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Evaluation success rate of quit smoking among referral patients to our Anti tobacco clinic Since 2013 to 2015 based on new approach
Homeira Bigdeli 1, 2  
,   Mohammad Reza Masjedi 3, 4, 5,   Mehrnaz Benrazavi 6, 7
 
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IRANIAN Anti tobacco Association, Iran
2
Research center of FARABI Hospital, Iran
3
Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Iran
4
Respiratory Disease Reseach Network-Iran, Iran
5
General,Iranian Anti Tobacco Association, Iran
6
Medical student of IRAN University, Iran
7
Hemat highway-IRAN University, Iran
CORRESPONDING AUTHOR
Homeira Bigdeli   

IRANIAN Anti tobacco Association, Iran
Publication date: 2018-06-13
 
Tob. Prev. Cessation 2018;4(Supplement):A147
 
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Introduction:
This study aimed to evaluate achieving success in patients referred to IRANIAN Ant tobacco Association clinic(NGO) represents an appropriate sample of IRAN ‘S Population in comparison with universal organization during 2013-2015.Since failure to quit will occur in a high percentage of patients stricken with smoking we intended to examine our approach for quit in comparison other universal approach.

Methods:
In this cohort study patients between 20-65 years that referred to our clinic were included. After questioner filled out for each patients, so patient filled out demographic properties in another form, after that co test was done. Quit smoking which were based on private counselling at our first step for 45 minutes and medication(drug,gums,skin patch) was periscribed.Those patients that high risk for CVD and Pulmonary disease and peripheral vascular disease refers to subspecialty center .After 3 weeks sharing idea in group classes were done FOR 2-3 HOURS, and we explain patient problems,difficulties,experiences,reasons of failure to quit and reasons of success, and help to patients that refuse of medication, Then patient followed after 1 ,3,6,12 months after first visit.

Results:
Among 388 patients.(313 males,75 females) participated in this study. 134males(42.8%)26 females(34.6%) quitted smoking successfully. Overall(males and females) percent of success rate was 41.2% after 12 months follow up.

Conclusions:
We demonstrate private counselling with patients at our first step ,then sharing idea in group class were of higher efficacy & satisfactory results in comparison to those applied by other general universal organizations and clinic and we saw increased percent of quit smoking and success rate.

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