Tobacco smoke exposure and pregnancy outcome among working women : a prospective study at prenatal care centers in Orebro county, Sweden.
678 nonsmokers reported passive exposure to tobacco smoke.
Of these women, 267 had been passively exposed at work, and the risk ratio (RR) for intrauterine death (spontaneous abortion or stillbirth) among these pregnancies was increased to 1.53 compared with pregnancies of unexposed working women.
Passive exposure in the workplace was weakly associated with preterm birth but not with low birth weight among full-term livebirths.
Passive exposure in the home only did not seem to affect pregnancy outcome.
Mots-clés Pascal : Homme, Europe, Tabagisme passif, Mère, Toxicité, Poids naissance, Nouveau né, Prématuré, Avortement, Milieu professionnel, Mort né, Epidémiologie, Gestation pathologie, Suède
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Human, Europe, Passive smoking, Mother, Toxicity, Birth weight, Newborn, Premature, Abortion, Occupational environment, Stillborn, Epidemiology, Pregnancy disorders, Sweden
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Code Inist : 002B03E. Création : 199406.