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Related to Nicotine replacement therapy: bupropion, Electronic Cigarette, Nicotine patch, Varenicline, nicotine inhaler
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NCTNeo Culture Technology (South Korean band)
NCTNational College of Technology (various locations)
NCTNational Childbirth Trust
NCTNottingham City Transport (UK)
NCTNorth County Times (California)
NCTNorthwest Championship Tour (racing)
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NCTNano Carbon Technology
NCTNetwork Cable Tester
NCTNero Cover Designer Template
NCTNew Covenant Theology (Christian theological system)
NCTNon-Contact Tonometry (optometry)
NCTNational Car Test
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NCTNon-Conventional Threat (Israel)
NCTNuclear Compton Telescope (US NASA)
NCTNetline Communications Technologies, Ltd. (Israel)
NCTNarrows Community Theater (Brooklyn, NY)
NCTNorthern California TRACON
NCTNerve Conduction Test (neurometric technique)
NCTNew Century Technology (various organizations)
NCTNicotine Replacement Therapy
NCTNational Coordination Team
NCTNicoya, Costa Rica (Airport code)
NCTNippon Container Terminals (Japan)
NCTNational Clinical Trial
NCTNoise Cancellation Technology
NCTNetwork Control and Timing
NCTNational Curriculum Test (UK)
NCTNet Control Station
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NCTNot Completely Tested
NCTNAFA Certified Technician
NCTNuclear Cardiology Technologist
NCTNashoba Conservation Trust (Pepperell, Massachusetts)
NCTNorth Country Transit (New Hampshire, USA)
NCTNARTE Certified Technician
NCTNational City Transit
NCTNational Centre for Tumour diseases (German)
NCTNanosat Constellation Trailblazer
NCTNursing Care Technician
NCTNational Catastrophe Team
NCTNATO Comparative Test
NCTNetwork Caching Technology (company)
NCTNatural Clustering Technology
NCTNational Capital Teritory (New Delhi area, India)
NCTNegative Core Term (equations)
NCTNegative Channel Transition
NCTNetwork Communication Trunk
NCTNormal-Class Transport
NCTNon-Commercial Transaction
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Those patients had 16.5 drug use days at 4-6 months' follow-up, compared with 0.13 days among those with OUD using nicotine replacement therapy (P less than .026).
Q You mentioned Nicotine Replacement Therapy - does it work, or is going cold turkey best?
"Historically, Quitline Iowa has experienced a large increase in call volume when free nicotine replacement therapy is provided."
The WHO does not exclude the possibility that the e-cigarette could be useful as a smoking cessation aid, but, as far as the WHO is aware, no rigorous, peer-reviewed studies have been conducted showing that the e-cigarette is a safe and effective nicotine replacement therapy.
Loebs disclosed that all nicotine replacement therapy is being supplied to Seabrook House for the first two weeks of each client's medical intervention, by the state of New Jersey, free of charge.
In addition, the Cochrane review did not examine the impact of medications such as bupropion (Zyban), which can be used in combination with nicotine replacement therapy. Another option is varenicline (Chantix), which both imitates and blocks the effects of nicotine, reducing craving in some smokers.
Nicorette, based on the principal of Nicotine replacement therapy (NRT), is nicotine bound to a sugarless chewing gum base.
Seven placebo-controlled, randomised controlled trials were included (4 used nicotine replacement therapy gum, 2 nicotine replacement therapy inhaler, and 1 free choice of therapy).
As with other research, the study found that smoking during pregnancy was associated with a higher risk of stillbirth, although smokers who used nicotine replacement therapy had a risk of stillbirth similar to the nonsmoking, non-NRT-using women (adjusted hazard ratio 0.83).
- Recommends Nicotine Replacement Therapy as possible help to smokers - Predicts more than 8 million people worldwide will die annually from smoking by 2030
Scientists have identified distinct clusters of genetic markers associated with the likelihood of success or failure of two smoking cessation treatments, nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) and the medication bupropion (Zyban).
Senior lecturer in addictions from the Christchurch School of Medicine, Mark Wallace-Bell, has been involved in research projects investigating the efficacy of long-term nicotine replacement therapy. His topic was "Treating the Recalcitrant Smoker" and included the results of studies he conducted at the medical school's outpatients' respiratory clinic.