Managing Nicotine Withdrawal

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Tobacco Cessation and the Urology Provider

The burden of urologic diseases in the United States is tremendous. Smoking is a causative factor in multiple benign and malignant urologic diseases. Urology providers are uniquely positioned to play a pivotal role in smoking cessation.

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Overview - Managing Nicotine Withdrawal in Medically Ill Patients

Globally, tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable death. Despite this, a recent evaluation of the National Health Interview Survey (Kruger, Shaw, Kahende & Frank, 2012) found that healthcare providers are becoming less likely to advise their patients to quit smoking, although nearly 68% of smokers want to quit. In Kentucky tobacco use prevalence rates among adults are...