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Table 2 Quitting outcome of 365 smokers in the MSCP at 6 month follow up, by intention to treat

From: Effectiveness of a mobile smoking cessation service in reaching elderly smokers and predictors of quitting

Quit rates N % (95% confidence interval)
Primary outcome:   
Biochemically (urine cotinine) validated quit rate 74 20.3 (16.2 – 24.8)
Secondary outcomes (self-reported)   
7 day point prevalence quit rate 103 28.2 (23.6–32.8)
24 hours point prevalence quit rate 110 30.1(25.4–34.8)
Continuous abstinence quit rate 91 24.9 (20.5–29.4)
Had not quit but had reduced smoking by at least 50% from the baseline level 94 25.8(21.3 – 30.2)