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Table 4 Summary of categories and concepts identified from the scoping literature review (97 articles reviewed)

From: Impact of tobacco and/or nicotine products on health and functioning: a scoping review and findings from the preparatory phase of the development of a new self-report measure

Health signs and symptoms
n = 56 articles (58%)
General health perceptions
n = 18 articles (18%)
Quality of life (QoL)/Health-related Quality of Life (HRQoL)/Functional Status
n = 9 articles (9%)
Individual characteristics
n = 8 articles (8%)
Environmental characteristics
n = 11 articles (11%)
Biomarkers and biological endpoints
n = 12 articles (12%)
Mental health and cognitive functioning n = 28 articles
[45, 50, 51, 54, 56, 57, 60, 61, 65, 66, 72,73,74, 80, 83, 91, 94, 96, 101, 105, 108, 111, 117, 124, 126, 127, 129, 130]
Oral health n = 4 articles
[53, 64, 90, 110]
Pain and physical trauma n = 6 articles
[55, 62, 77, 81, 116, 121]
Respiratory, cardiovascular and inflammatory conditions n = 5 articles
[59, 63, 68, 92, 125]
Other health conditions (including insomnia, liver disease, eye health, hearing loss) n = 5 articles
[46, 48, 85, 122, 123]
Smoking cessation-related health signs and symptoms (health benefits, dependence, addiction, withdrawal symptoms) n = 8 articles
[41,42,43, 49, 58, 103, 112, 115]
General health perceptions and cigarettes n = 9 articles
[41, 52, 58, 67, 74, 78, 86, 88, 103]
Health perceptions related to e-cigarettes and other TNPs n = 9 articles
[52, 69, 76, 79, 97, 100, 106, 107, 118];
Smoking and otherwise healthy individuals n = 5 articles
[40, 67, 73, 78, 104]
Smoking and comorbid health conditions n = 1 article
[77]
Nicotine reduction, smoking cessation, and quality of life n = 3 articles
[20, 75, 102]
General observations (demographics, smoking and TNP use patterns) n = 4 articles
[37, 78, 93, 120]
Smoking cessation (intention to quit) n = 1 article
[70]
E-cigarettes (use patterns) n = 3 articles
[39, 58, 82]
Initiating/continuing to smoke n = 3 articles
[89, 96, 97]
Social functioning and stigma n = 5 articles
[48, 75, 90, 95, 109]
Family and peer influence and Second-hand smoke n = 2 articles
[99, 103]
Regulations and policies regarding public smoking and tobacco control and bans n = 1 article
[69]
Cardiovascular risk inflammation and physiological stress n = 5 articles
[38, 71, 87, 98, 114]
Depression, stress and anxiety n = 2 articles
[44, 92]
Internal microbiome and risk of infection n = 1 article
[47]
Oral health n = 1 article
[64]
Respiratory function n = 1 article
[119];
Renal function n = 1 article
[84]
Metabolic function n = 1 article
[113]
  1. Some articles are included in more than one category, making the total greater than 100%