nicotine lozenge

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nic·o·tine loz·enge

(nik'ŏ-tēn loz'enj)
A slow-dissolving troche developed as an aid in smoking cessation.
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The findings revealed that only the individuals in the patch plus nicotine lozenge group were more successful in quitting cigarettes.
The Commit 4 mg nicotine lozenge significantly improved cognitive performance compared to placebo and lessened symptoms of withdrawal including craving, difficulty concentrating, irritability and restlessness.
Nicotine lozenges are designed to supply low levels of nicotine to a smoker to help reduce any cravings or withdrawal symptoms from smoking.
Forty were given 4-mg nicotine lozenges and 41 received tobacco-free snuff to help cut back their smokeless tobacco use.
The forms of NRT which are free under the scheme include nicotine gum, nicotine lozenges, microtabs, nicotine patches, inhalators and nasal spray.
At the time of the Prison Inspectorate report, we were trialling the use of nicotine lozenges in Worcester station.
Nicotine lozenges run $30-$40 for a box of 72; the maximum dose is 20 per day.
This is a follow-up to a previously reported study comparing VLN cigarettes, reduced nicotine cigarettes, and nicotine lozenges (Hatsukami et al.
In February 2014, GSKCH voluntarily recalled all nicotine lozenges from warehouses and distributors manufactured at a site in Aiken, S.
Combining the nicotine patch with nicotine lozenges appears to be the most effective approach for smoking cessation, according to a report in the November issue of the Archives of General Psychiatry.