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[Sweden] Treatment with bupropion and varenicline for smoking cessation and the risk of acute cardiovascular events and injuries: a Swedish case-crossover study

The available evidence suggests that if prescription guidelines are properly followed regarding potential contraindications both of these medications could be considered relatively safe.
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Jun 8, 2017 20:22
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[Ireland] Health technology assessment (HTA) of smoking cessation interventions (PDF) (391pp)

Smoking cessation services should seek to increase the uptake of the use of varenicline, alone or in combination with NRT, among smokers wishing to use some type of pharmacological support in their attempt to quit. Although the available results for e
Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) (ie)
added May 30, 2017 15:23
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[Ireland] ARCHIVE: E-cigarettes 'are cost-effective way to help smokers quit'

Ireland is the only country in the EU to include e-cigarettes in a state assessment of how best to help citizens give up smoking. Dublin's Health Information and Quality Authority (Hiqa) found that more people using e-cigarettes would lead to more peopl
Southern Daily Echo (uk)
added May 30, 2017 15:17
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[Ireland] ARCHIVE: HIQA announces public consultation on first EU HTA to include e-cigarettes as an intervention for quitting smoking

This independent analysis by HIQA identifies what improvements could be made in the mix of interventions offered by the Health Service Executive (HSE) in Ireland to increase overall quit rates at an acceptable cost. The findings will inform the developme
Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) (ie)
added May 30, 2017 15:16
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[Ireland] ARCHIVE: Success of e-cigarettes cautiously backed by Hiqa report

A REPORT BY Hiqa has acknowledged e-cigarettes’ “success” in helping people quit smoking, but says that further study is needed into their clinical and cost-effectiveness. The assessment comes as Hiqa begin a public consultation, calling for submissions
The Journal.ie (ie)
added May 30, 2017 15:12
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[Ireland] HIQA advises Minister that interventions to help people quit smoking not only work, but are good value for money

“Today’s Health technology assessment of smoking cessation interventions recommends using varenicline (either alone or in combination with nicotine replacement therapy [NRT]) for smokers wishing to use some type of pharmacological support in their attemp
Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) (ie)
added May 30, 2017 15:11
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[Ireland] ARCHIVE: E-Cigarettes Cost-Effective Way To Help Smokers Quit - Analysis

Ireland is the only country in the EU to include e-cigarettes in a state assessment of how best to help citizens give up smoking. Dublin’s Health Information and Quality Authority (Hiqa) found that more people using e-cigarettes would lead to more peopl
Press Association (uk)
added May 30, 2017 15:07
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Cigarette Smoking Cessation Intervention for Buprenorphine Treatment Patients

Patients receiving Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) for opioid use disorder have high cigarette smoking rates....This study demonstrates that an intervention combining motivational interviewing with an extended treatment protocol can increase cigarette
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added May 27, 2017 23:30
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Smoking Cessation and Nicotine De-Addiction Products Market Revenue Predicted to Go Up by 2021

The global market for smoking cessation and nicotine de-addiction products is increasing at a significant rate due to increasing awareness about the health complications associated with smoking and increasing adoption rate of smoking cessation and nicotin
SBWire
added May 27, 2017 15:35
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Quit-smoking drug safe for lung disease patients

Varenicline is the most effective medication to help smokers quit... A study of more than 14,000 people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, or COPD, found that those using the drug were no more likely to suffer a heart attack than those using nic
Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added May 11, 2017 13:16
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