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10-12 Tobacco cessation rates can be increased significantly by interventions in dental settings.
The primary aim of this study was to determine whether patients visiting dental hospitals of Peshawar are provided with tobacco cessation counseling by the dentists.
Other variables included in the study were age, gender, years of tobacco use, previous visit to dentist and perceptions regarding the role of dentists in tobacco cessation.
Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1 Disclaimers I-2 Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2 Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-2 Product Definition and Scope of Study I-3 Smoking Cessation Aids I-3 Definitions I-3 A.
Product Overview II-12 Smoking Cessation Aids Defined II-12 Nicotine Gum II-12 Factors to Consider II-12 Effectiveness of Nicotine Gum II-13 Nicotine Patch II-13 Factors to Consider II-14 Nicotine Lozenges & Tablets II-14 Factors to Consider II-15 Other Smoking Cessation Aids II-15 Nicotine Inhaler II-15 Factors to Consider II-15 Nicotine Nasal Spray II-16 Factors to Consider II-16 Non-Nicotine Based Medications II-16
Trends and Issues II-17 Inundate Anti-Smoking Vaccines Kindles Underdeveloped Prescription Market II-17 Strict Regulations Deter Smoking Cessation Aids II-17 Growing Anti Smoking Campaigns II-18 Health Concerns II-18 Corporations Initiate for Smoke Free Work Environment II-18 Television Advertisements - Most Effective Media for Smoking Cessation II-19 Public Awareness through Internet II-19 Rising Prices of Tobacco - A Key Strategy for Quitting Smoking II-19
The study, conducted by the Washington Economics Group, also demonstrates the financial advantages of offering comprehensive employee-based smoking cessation benefits.
Most standard health plans will cover a lung transplant, but they won't help pay for smoking cessation counseling or treatment.
The study estimated that each dollar spent on smoking cessation programs will yield $1.
However, smoking cessation may lead to weight gain.
The decision to quit smoking appears, therefore, to be affected by competing concerns about the morbidity and mortality associated with continued smoking[20] and about weight gain and withdrawal symptoms associated with smoking cessation.
The objective of this paper was to review published evidence regarding predictors and duration of weight gain following smoking cessation.