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Evaluating the effect of 8-week behavioral counselling on smokers with low dependence and correlating with salivary cotinine levels in South Indian working men - A preliminary study
Journal of Advanced Clinical and Research Insights
Context: The behavioural counselling is an effective method to bring awareness and prevent tobacco-associated cancers in subjects with low dependence. A pilot study was done to evaluate the effectiveness of an 8-week-based behavioural counselling, in which salivary cotinine among lower nicotine dependence smoking men (as per Fagerstrom scale) was assessed before and after counselling sessions. Aims: This study aims to compare salivary cotinine levels in male smokers with lower dependence beforedoi:10.15713/ins.jcri.331 fatcat:cj5nn3drpneslj6prewnsmzlha