2004
DOI: 10.1007/s10227-005-0020-8
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Cutaneous Effects of Smoking

Abstract: An appreciation of the adverse cutaneous consequences of smoking is important. Dermatologists can play an integral role in promoting smoking cessation by providing expert opinion and educating the public on the deleterious effects of smoking on the skin.

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“…The relationship between cigarette smoking and postoperative complications is well established in the literature, such as infection of surgical wound (SW), graft necrosis or incisional hernias [2][3][4][5]20 . Soresen et al 21 reports that smoking is associated with SW infection at all types of surgery, with an odds ratio (OR) of 2,95 for SW infections in light smokers and an OR of 3,46 for heavy smokers.…”
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“…The relationship between cigarette smoking and postoperative complications is well established in the literature, such as infection of surgical wound (SW), graft necrosis or incisional hernias [2][3][4][5]20 . Soresen et al 21 reports that smoking is associated with SW infection at all types of surgery, with an odds ratio (OR) of 2,95 for SW infections in light smokers and an OR of 3,46 for heavy smokers.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Several studies have pointed out this phenomenon in cutaneous circulation, either by Doppler ecography of smokers 4 or by flow study of skin flaps 12 . As a result, the tissue oxygenation and aerobic metabolism will be adversely affected 12 .…”
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“…Exposure can also lead to more serious dermatological issues such as atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, and even skin cancer. Pollutants can also weaken the skin barrier function and penetrate through the skin, causing systemic toxicity in other organs [8][9][10][11].…”
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