Tobacco Use Screening and Counseling During Hospital Outpatient Visits Among US Adults, 2005–2010
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 12 — August 20, 2015
Figure 1. Percentage of tobacco use screening during hospital outpatient visits by adults aged 18 years or older, National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, United States 2005–2010.
|Year||Tobacco Use Screening, %|
Figure 2. Percentage of cessation assistance (counseling, or medications, or both) ordered or provided during hospital outpatient visits by current tobacco users aged ≥18 years, National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, United States 2005–2010.
|Year||Cessation Assistance, %|
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