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Table 2 Point prevalence abstinence at each FU

From: Electronic cigarettes in standard smoking cessation treatment by tobacco counselors in Flanders: E-cigarette users show similar if not higher quit rates as those using commonly recommended smoking cessation aids

Condition FU1 FU2 FU3 Continuous abstinence Prolonged abstinence
Quit Fail Missing Quit Fail Missing Quit Fail Missing Quit Fail Missing Quit Fail Missing
E-cigarette 40
(57)
19
(27)
11
(16)
39
(56)
13
(19)
18
(26)
28
(40)
6
(9)
36
(51)
12
(17)
11
(16)
47
(67)
14
(20)
9
(13)
47
(67)
NRT 42
(55)
30
(39)
5
(7)
35
(46)
17
(22)
25
(33)
18
(23)
9
(12)
50
(65)
8
(10)
12
(16)
57
(74)
12
(16)
8
(10)
57
(74)
Medication 24
(73)
4
(12)
5
(15)
22
(67)
2
(6)
9
(27)
11
(33)
1
(3)
21
(64)
8
(24)
1
(3)
24
(73)
8
(24)
1
(3)
24
(73)
E-cigarette + NRT 17
(52)
13
(39)
3
(9)
18
(55)
10
(30)
5
(15)
11
(33)
5
(15)
17
(52)
7
(21)
7
(21)
19
(58)
8
(24)
6
(18)
19
(58)
No aid 19
(61)
7
(23)
5
(16)
17
(55)
3
(10)
11
(36)
10
(32)
4
(13)
17
(55)
6
(19)
4
(13)
21
(68)
6
(19)
4
(13)
21
(68)
All participants 142
(58)
73
(30)
29
(12)
131
(54)
45
(18)
68
(28)
78
(32)
25
(10)
141
(58)
41
(17)
35
(14)
168
(69)
48
(20)
28
(12)
168
(69)
  1. “Quit” = smoking abstinent, “Fail” = not smoking abstinent, all n, % between () calculated based on the number of participants in the corresponding condition. nE-cigarette = 70, nNRT = 77, nMedication = 33, nE-cigarette+NRT = 33, nNo aid = 31, nAll participants = 244.