Pregnancy and the Struggle to Quit Smoking
王佳音(Chia-Yin Wang)；郭素珍(Su-Chen Kuo)
懷孕 ； 吸菸 ； 戒菸 ； pregnancy ； smoking ； smoking cessation
|Volume or Term/Year and Month of Publication||
58卷3期（2011 / 06 / 01）
87 - 92
The negative effects of smoking during pregnancy are well documented. Health care providers typically advise pregnant women who smoke usually to quit for their health as well as for the health of their fetus. Most women are familiar with the need to stop smoking while pregnant. Hospitals offer various smoking cessation services. However, the literatures reveals a low uptake of smoking cessation services among pregnant women. The purpose of this paper is to explore the smoking cessation experience and feelings amongst women during pregnancy and assess smoking cessation intervention in antenatal care. Findings may provide health care providers a better understanding of this issue and help women overcome related challenges.
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