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Nicotine Inhaler

Aka: Nicotine Inhaler, Nicotrol Inhaler, Nicotine Inhalation System
  1. See Also
    1. Tobacco Abuse
    2. Nicotine Replacement
  2. Indications
    1. Tobacco Cessation
  3. Mechanism
    1. Mostly oral and gastrointestinal absorption
  4. Preparation
    1. Available only by prescription in the United States
    2. Each 10 mg cartridge delivers 4 mg Nicotine
    3. Cartridges per box: 42
  5. Precautions
    1. Pregancy Category D
  6. Dosing
    1. Dose: One inhalation delivers 4 mg nicotine
    2. Use 6 to 16 cartridges per day up to 12 weeks
    3. Avoid food or drink 15 minutes before gum
      1. Avoid acidic foods and beverages 30 minutes prior to use
  7. Adverse effects
    1. Pharyngitis (40%)
    2. Cough (32%)
    3. Rhinitis (23%)
  8. References
    1. Larzelere (2012) Am Fam Physician 85(6):591-8 [PubMed]

Nicotine inhaler (C0814019)

Definition (NCI_NCI-GLOSS) A device used to inhale (breathe in) small doses of nicotine through the mouth. The nicotine is absorbed through the lining of the mouth and goes into the blood. This helps stop nicotine cravings, and relieves symptoms that occur when a person is trying to quit smoking. A prescription is needed for nicotine inhalers.
Definition (NCI) A device consisting of a mouthpiece and a thin, plastic cartridge that contains nicotine plug and delivers nicotine in a vapor that is absorbed in the mouth.
Concepts Medical Device (T074)
SnomedCT 358099002, 387690007
English Nicotine inhalator, Nicotine inhalator (product), Puffer, nicotine inhaler, inhalers nicotine, Nicotine inhaler, Nicotine inhaler (product), Nicotine inhalator (substance), Nicotine Inhaler, Smokeless Nicotine Inhaler
Spanish nicotina, inhalador, nicotina, inhalador (producto), inhalador de nicotina (producto), inhalador de nicotina
Sources
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)


Nicotrol Inhaler (C0876107)

Concepts Medical Device (T074)
English nicotrol inhaler, Nicotrol Inhaler
Sources
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)


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