Nicotrol inhaler

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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The Nicotrol inhaler is a smoking cessation therapy that delivers nicotine vapor to the mouth and upper airways, but little of it reaches the lungs.
The design of the Nicotrol Inhaler takes into account the hand-to-mouth habit of smokers.
Drug Administration advisory panel has recommended the approval for the Nicotrol Inhaler as a prescription-only nicotine replacement therapy to help people quit smoking.