Nicotrol inhaler

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Nicotrol inhaler

A nicotine replacement device used for smoking cessation, consisting of a mouthpiece and a cartridge containing a nicotine-imbibed plug. Each puff from the inhaler contains ± 10 times less nicotine than a puff of a cigarette. The inhaler also helps control a smoker’s physcological cravings, as it mimics the “actions” of smoking and thereby addresses a major behavioural component thereof.

Nicotrol® inhaler

Nicorette® inhaler Tobacco control A nicotine replacement device for smoking cessation. See Nicotine replacement therapy.
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ADVICE Dr Meng Khaw, director of public health for Newcastle Primary Care Trust, says the benefits of giving up smoking begin instantly HELP The Nicorette inhalator is one of the stop smoking devices on offer AFTERCARE Kathryn Cooper and Eleanor Fairlie are friends who attend health and wellbeing events
And the mum-of-four is spending more on cartridges for the Nicorette Inhalator than she did on tobacco.
We don't know the specific details of this case but we would recommend that anyone who has been using Nicorette Inhalator for longer than nine months after they give up cigarettes should seek medical advice.
Nicorette comes in the form of Nicorette Gum, Nicorette Patch, Nicorette Inhalator and Nicorette Microtab.
Ask for nicotine patches or the new Nicorette inhalator (like a plastic cigarette) from your pharmacist and maybe go to a "give up" group.
Sophie Owen, 30, a PR consultant from London, gave up smoking in 2001 using a Nicorette Inhalator.
Sophie got a Nicorette Inhalator on prescription and used it when she would normally smoke.
The Nicorette Inhalator has one third of the amount of nicotine of a cigarette and fewer chemicals.
l Refill nicotine tablets can be bought for the Nicorette Inhalator (see below).