Tobacco Consumption in Adolescents from the Medical Sciences in Cuba | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Tobacco Consumption in Adolescents from the Medical Sciences in Cuba

Author(s):Jesus Cuellar Alvarez and Yolaine Cazales Garcia

Background: the analysis of adolescent smokers as prevention from the medical sciences is one of the lines of the work team in the consultation of ceasing tobacco. Objective: to analyze tobacco consumption in adolescents from the medical sciences in Cuba. The investigation embraced one period from October 2018 to September 2019. Method: was carried out a study descriptive, retrospective, sampling intentional nonprobabilistic, and with a universe composed of 18 old adolescents of the Policlinic "Jose Ramon Leon Acosta. It gathers it of the data was carried out through the empirical method as the clinical histories, interviews structured, the questionnaire and for the analysis of the data statistical calculation was used. Results: the state of individual health of this group prevailed as for knowledge that will allow them to modify their lifestyle and in turn, aging very happened to the minimum of limitations. Conclusion: the difficulties are focused on the systematic development of psychosocial and preventing risk factors in adolescents with addiction.

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