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Table 1 Data entered into the model

From: Cost-effectiveness analysis of text messaging to support health advice for smoking cessation

Inputs Source
Mortality By smoking status (smoker, former smoker)   27
Prevalence of smoking-related diseases Myocardial infarction   19
Heart disease
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Lung cancer
Stroke
Incidence of smoking-related diseases Myocardial infarction   32
32
29, 30
31
32
Heart disease
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Lung cancer
Stroke
Risk ratio of developing smoking-related diseases Lung cancer
Smokers
Former smokers
Myocardial infarction
Smokers
Former smokers
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Smokers
Former smokers
Heart disease
Smokers
Former smokers
Stroke
Smokers
Former smokers
Male 8.78/ Female 7.48
Male 3.01/ Female 2.82
4.21
1.47
3.51
2.35
4.22
1.51
2.58
1.34
33
33
35
35
34
34
35
35
35
35
Smoking cessation
At first cycle
Combined program
Health advice alone
0.24375
0.11875
16
16
After the first cycle Combined program
Health advice alone
0.02
0.02
25
Relapse
After the first cycle
Combined program
Health advice alone
0.333
0.5264
16
16
After the second cycle Combined program
Health advice alone
0.05
0.05
24
24
Number of attempts at smoking cessation   2 26
Utilities Smoker with no comorbidities
Former smoker with no comorbidities
Smoking-related diseases
0.75
0.78
Calculated for different age ranges from
39
39
37, 38
Days of sick leave due to smoking -related diseases Days of sick leave in smokers (per year)
Days of sick in former smokers
(per year)
11
7
4
Percentage in employment Men
16–24 years
25–34 years
35–44 years
45–54 years
 ≥ 55 years
Women
16–24 years
25–34 years
35–44 years
45–54 years
 ≥ 55 years
41.06%
91.63%
94.05%
90.41%
28.01%
37.23%
86.64%
84.38%
75.65%
18.07%
50
50
Hourly earnings Men
Women
€15.90
€13.60
50
Monthly agreed working hours by type of contract Men
Women
155 h
155 h
50