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Table 2 Survival data by smoking status (row percent) for the Thai Cohort Study, 2005–2012

From: Smoking, smoking cessation, and 7-year mortality in a cohort of Thai adults

   End-point follow up (row %)
Sex Smoking status (2005) August 15, 2012 December 31, 2010
Survival status Survival status Deaths by causes
Survived Died Survived Died Cardiovascular Cancer Injury Other
Total Never 60,758 394 (0.6 %) 60,848 304 (0.5 %) 31 (0.1 %) 68 (0.1 %) 115 (0.2 %) 90 (0.1 %)
Former 14,513 189 (1.3 %) 14,563 139 (0.9 %) 20 (0.1 %) 32 (0.2 %) 35 (0.2 %) 52 (0.4 %)
Current 8569 163 (1.9 %) 8608 124 (1.4 %) 25 (0.3 %) 16 (0.2 %) 49 (0.6 %) 34 (0.4 %)
Total 83,840 746 (0.9 %) 84,019 567 (0.7 %) 78 (0.1 %) 118 (0.1 %) 204 (0.2 %) 183 (0.2 %)
Males Never 17,477 179 (1.0 %) 17,517 139 (0.8 %) 16 (0.1 %) 23 (0.1 %) 63 (0.4 %) 37 (0.2 %)
Former All 12,369 174 (1.4 %) 12,414 129 (1.0 %) 19 (0.2 %) 28 (0.2 %) 33 (0.3 %) 49 (0.4 %)
 Former light smokers 7011 64 (0.9 %) 7026 49 (0.7 %) 7 (0.1 %) 7 (0.1 %) 16 (0.2 %) 19 (0.3 %)
 Former medium smokers 3197 54 (1.7 %) 3211 40 (1.2 %) 5 (0.2 %) 10 (0.3 %) 8 (0.3 %) 17 (0.5 %)
 Former heavy smokers 2161 56 (2.5 %) 2177 40 (1.8 %) 7 (0.3 %) 11 (0.5 %) 9 (0.4 %) 13 (0.6 %)
Current All 8098 157 (1.9 %) 8136 119 (1.4 %) 24 (0.3 %) 14 (0.2 %) 49 (0.6 %) 32 (0.4 %)
 Current light smokers 3886 57 (1.5 %) 3902 41 (1.0 %) 6 (0.2 %) 4 (0.1 %) 21 (0.5 %) 10 (0.3 %)
 Current medium smokers 3035 67 (2.2 %) 3048 54 (1.7 %) 12 (0.4 %) 8 (0.3 %) 18 (0.6 %) 16 (0.5 %)
 Current heavy smokers 1177 33 (2.7 %) 1186 24 (2.0 %) 6 (0.5 %) 2 (0.2 %) 10 (0.8 %) 6 (0.5 %)
Total 37,944 510 (1.3 %) 38,067 387 (1.0 %) 61 (0.2 %) 65 (0.2 %) 150 (0.4 %) 123 (0.3 %)