Dr. Hira Sial, Dr. Rabiya Razzaq, Dr. Rashida Hanif
Introduction: The term "passive smoking" usually refers to the inhalation of smoke that is either exhaled by a smoker or released as side stream smoke from a burning cigarette. Objective: The main objective of the study is analyses the passive smoking and nicotine levels of pregnancy outcomes in infant health. Material and methods: This cross sectional study was conducted in Faisalabad Medical University during 2019 to 2020. The data was collected from 100 pregnant females who visited the OPD of hospital. The data was collected through a questionnaire. This questionnaire include the demographic data of all the participants. Results: The data was collected from 100 pregnant females who were second hand smokers. These women were non-smoker pregnant women and exposed to cigarette smoking and suffer from complications during childbirth. The mean age of mothers, was 27.38±5.5 years (range from 13 to 45 years). Conclusion: It is concluded that non-smoking pregnant women in Pakistan who lived with a smoking husband were highly exposed to SHS, especially from their husbands.