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La pratique d’une spirométrie systématique au cabinet de médecine générale chez des fumeurs sans projet de sevrage tabagique permet-elle de faire progresser leur motivation ?

Abstract : Introduction: Our aim was to explore whether performing a spirometry at GP’s office changes non motivated smokers’attitude toward smoking cessation. Method: In our interventional, prospective, before-after single-center study, allowed by ethics committee, we included 74 smokers older than 18, with no-intention to quit smoking, whatever they were visiting GP for. We gave them their spirometric results – FEV1/CV, lung age- and commented it. Nine months later, we called them for another assessment. Results: 56% were women with an average-age of 46,55, who smoked 26,26 pack-years. 82% of them had normal FEV1/VC but lung age was pathological among 38% of them. Nine months later, 61,11% increased their motivation to quit smoking. They smoked 10,94 cigarettes per day versus 13,33 at the inclusion (p=0,0254). Motivation increase was not statistically related to age, gender, previous smoking cessations, daily smoking, nicotine dependence or normal FEV1/VC (p>0,75) but significantly related to normal or abnormal lung age status (p<0,03). Conclusion: This is the first study about motivational impact of spirometry perfomed by non-motivated smokers at their GP’s office. This study strengthen the value of our preventive mission, increase our skills area, bring us a new tool against tobacco and, either way, is an exploratory work before larger ones.
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Julie van den Broucke. La pratique d’une spirométrie systématique au cabinet de médecine générale chez des fumeurs sans projet de sevrage tabagique permet-elle de faire progresser leur motivation ? . Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2015. ⟨dumas-01205505⟩

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