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Number of tobacco cigarettes smoked daily in the first twenty weeks of pregnancy

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Data definitions

METeOR: The self-reported number of cigarettes usually smoked daily by a woman during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy.

Additional information

This item was identified as a COAG headline indicator for smoking in pregnancy. NPDC currently collects smoking any time during pregnancy not split between first and second 20 weeks. QLD Perinatal Mortality Committee form records smoking at any time of the pregnancy and includes details on when quit and how many cigarettes per day.

Related items

Smoking during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy; Smoking after 20 weeks of pregnancy; Number of tobacco cigarettes smoked daily after 20 weeks of pregnancy.

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