Provides physicians, nurses, other health care workers a their associates with the necessary information to institute smoking cessation techniques in their practices. The interventions described are simple a brief. Chapters: create a smoke-free office; identify all smoking patients; develop patient smoking cessation plans; a provide follow-up support. Appendices: responses to patients' common questions a concerns; smoking cessation tips; cessation materials; publications without tobacco advertising; selected references; clinical interventions to prevent tobacco use by children a adolescents, a much more.Nicotine is released from the medication by contact with saliva in the mouth. 3. You should use the gum whenever you have the urge to smoke (or on a schedule , if your physician recommends one.) 4. Chew each piece of nicotine gum slowly anbsp;...
|Title||:||How to Help Your Patients Stop Smoking|
|Author||:||Thomas Glynn, Marc W. Manley|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1992-10-01|