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The correct answer is E: Smoking cessation. This item is available to MKSAP 16 subscribers as item 5 in the Cardiology section. ... The benefits of pharmacologic therapy have made it the prime means of successful smoking cessation.
November 2012

Long-term view for chronic pancreatitis

Gress said, noting that smoking is an independent risk factor for chronic pancreatitis. ... Smoking cessation should be encouraged as well,” he said. Dietary adjustments can help alleviate pain, said Dr.
January 2014

Genetics

They looked at behavior changes which could potentially reduce these risks, such as smoking cessation (6 studies; n=2,663), diet (7 studies; n=1,784), and physical activity (6 studies; ... Results appeared March 15 in The BMJ. Meta-analysis revealed no
March 2016

Experts agree on principles of diabetes care

For example a link to the National Diabetes Education Program's Diabetes HealthSense website provides a wealth of resources that support behavior change, such as smoking cessation and weight management.
February 2015

Lung cancer

who have a 20 pack-year smoking history and currently smoke or have quit smoking within the past 15 years. ... Based on the available evidence, the USPSTF recommended annual screening. All patients should receive smoking cessation interventions.
July 2020

Well visits not just for kids anymore

You have to list the patients' risk factors and conditions and make referrals if needed for weight loss, physical activity, smoking cessation [and] fall prevention,” Dr. ... Smoking cessation: eight visits in a year. “It is a generous benefit,”
June 2011

Highlights

Transdermal nicotine is one of the most widely used smoking cessation treatments in the U.S. ... The extended therapy cost $2,482 per person, which compares well with costs of other smoking cessation treatments.
February 2010

Pulmonary medicine

The panel also issued a best practice statement recommending that patients and their caregivers receive education on oxygen equipment and safety, including tripping hazards, smoking cessation, and fire prevention.
November 2020

Smoking cessation

Schroeder, MD, director of the Smoking Cessation Leadership Center at the University of California, San Francisco, called tobacco-related health harms “one of the most important public health challenges of the ... 21st century” and noted that
February 2014

Smoking cessation

Having a clinician offer assistance with smoking cessation was associated with higher quit rates among patients being screened for lung cancer, a study found. ... They conducted a matched case-control study of 1,668 people trying to stop smoking and
June 2015

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