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A comparison of the characteristics of iOS and Android users of a smoking cessation app

< 0.001). They were less likely to have used stop-smoking medication to support their quit attempt (31.5 versus 48.6%, p < 0.001). Differences between smokers using the iOS version of smoking cessation apps ... smoking cessation app differ in characteristics that may influence quit success. Practice: Smartphone device type (iOS and Android) would need to be routinely used as a covariate in studies evaluating app

Clinical setting-based smoking cessation programme and the quality of life in people living with HIV in Austria and Germany

Purpose To report on the global quality of life (QOL) in people living with HIV (PLWHIV) and how a smoking cessation intervention influences the changes in QOL. Methods Participants were asked to ... and study end in participants who quit smoking (Table 4). On the other hand, smoking cessation programs are not routinely offered in the health care setting especially in the HIV care as managing HIV

Depression and Smoking Cessation: Evidence from a Smoking Cessation Clinic with 1-Year Follow-Up

Background Smoking is more prevalent among people with depression. Depression may make cessation more difficult and cessation may affect depression symptoms. Purpose The aims of this study were to ... using data collected routinely in a smoking cessation clinic in the Czech Republic from 2008 to 2014. Aim 1: N = 3775 patients; 14.3% reported mild and 15.4% moderate/severe baseline depression levels

Evidence for harm reduction in COPD smokers who switch to electronic cigarettes

Background Electronic cigarettes (ECs) are battery-operated devices designed to vaporise nicotine, which may help smokers quitting or reducing their tobacco consumption. There is a lack of data on ... for smoking cessation: a randomised controlled trial . Lancet . 2013 ; 382 ( 9905 ): 1629 - 37 . 29. Hartmann-Boyce J , McRobbie H , Bullen C , Begh R , Stead LF , Hajek P. Electronic cigarettes for

E-cigarettes and smoking cessation: a critique of a New England Journal Medicine-commissioned case study

have helped thousands of smokers who successfully quit with several methods including e-cigarettes. We were the first in the world to publish a smoking cessation study, a RCT, and the longest clinical ... a 1-year randomized smoking cessation trial of electronic cigarettes . Sci Rep 6 : 18763 . doi:10.1038/ srep18763 8. Farsalinos K , Cibella F , Caponnetto P et al ( 2016 ) Effect of continuous smoking

Nicotine delivery to users from cigarettes and from different types of e-cigarettes

Background Delivering nicotine in the way smokers seek is likely to be the key factor in e-cigarette (EC) success in replacing cigarettes. We examined to what degree different types of EC mimic ... systems. E-cigarettes; Vaping; Smoking; Nicotine delivery - Electronic cigarettes (EC) are a developing technology aiming to provide nicotine without the harmful chemicals produced by tobacco combustion

E-cigarette use and smoking reduction or cessation in the 2010/2011 TUS-CPS longitudinal cohort

. smokers had ever used e-cigarettes, and 41 % of these reported use to help quit smoking. Smokers who had used e-cigarettes for cessation were less likely to be quit for 30+ days at follow-up, compared to ... first generation e-cigarettes to aid quitting cigarette smoking was not associated with improved cessation or with reduced consumption, even among heavier smokers. Electronic cigarettes; Smoking

Cigarette smoking, nicotine dependence, and motivation to quit smoking in South African male psychiatric inpatients

psychiatric patients are able and motivated to quit. The aim of this study was to evaluate cigarette smoking, nicotine dependence, and motivation for smoking cessation in male psychiatric inpatients in a sample ... South Africa is exceedingly high. While patients are motivated to quit smoking, few were provided with the necessary advice. Our findings provide further support for the integration of smoking cessation

High intensity smoking cessation interventions: Cardiac patients of low socioeconomic status and low intention to quit profit most

quit smoking were also studied. Methods A randomised controlled trial was used. During hospital stay, smokers hospitalised for coronary heart disease were assigned to usual care (n = 245), telephone ... successful in quitting due to a higher intention to quit and may therefore profit sufficiently from somewhat less intensive interventions [17]. The present study compared two different smoking cessation

Use of aids for smoking cessation and alcohol reduction: A population survey of adults in England

of users, of support for smoking cessation and alcohol reduction in England. Methods Data were used from the Smoking and Alcohol Toolkit Studies, which involve monthly face-to-face computer-assisted ... smoking during your most recent serious quit attempt? [Nicotine replacement therapy on prescription; Nicotine replacement therapy not on prescription; Bupropion; Varenicline; Electronic cigarettes; Attended

A systematic review and narrative summary of family-based smoking cessation interventions to help adults quit smoking

systematic review and narrative summary of family-based interventions to help adults quit smoking was conducted. Results Eight controlled trials were included. Risk of bias was high. The smoking-related ... only targeted children’s smoking behaviour were excluded. Outcomes were the change in number of cigarettes smoked/smoking cessation of adults. Behaviours could be measured objectively (e.g., saliva) or

The efficacy of mobile phone-based text message interventions (‘Happy Quit’) for smoking cessation in China

smoking in other countries, here we propose a study of “the efficacy of mobile phone-based text message interventions (‘Happy Quit’) for smoking cessation in China”. The primary objective of this proposed ... messages Types of Quit message show in Table 1 and Database of cessation messages show in Table 2. Outcome measures Self-reported continuous smoking abstinence: no more than five cigarettes smoked in the

Are Chinese pediatricians missing the opportunity to help parents quit smoking?

pediatricians’ adherence to the clinical practice guidelines for smoking cessation (i.e. 5A’s counseling practices) with smoking parents, and identified factors associated with these practices. Methods A cross ... cessation counseling to parental smokers. Pediatrician; 5A's; Smoking cessation; Counseling; Chinese Background Assisting smoking parents to quit and eliminating secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure of children

Are digital interventions for smoking cessation in pregnancy effective? A systematic review protocol

Background Behavioural support for smoking cessation in pregnancy can be effective; however, many pregnant women face barriers to seeking support to stop smoking. Some digital interventions have been ... pregnancy have been reported to vary from 12.5% in Denmark, 16.5% in Norway, 15% in Finland and 6.9% in Sweden [11]. Psychosocial interventions for smoking cessation in pregnancy can help to increase quit

Burns resulting from spontaneous combustion of electronic cigarettes: a case series

Background Electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) sales have grown rapidly in recent years, coinciding with a public perception that they are a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. However, there ... consumption and as a tool to aid smoking cessation [1]. Use of e-cigarettes has increased by over 200 % in the past 3 years in adults and increased ninefold in adolescents [2–4]. There are currently no

User satisfaction with the structure and content of the NEXit intervention, a text messaging-based smoking cessation programme

Background Smoking is still the leading cause of preventable ill health and death. There is a limited amount of evidence for effective smoking cessation interventions among young people. To address ... , duration of smoking in years, proportion using snuff and perceived importance to quit smoking (Table 1). However, the responders smoked significant fewer cigarettes per week (56 cigarettes (IQR 57.8

Conversational based method for tweet contextualization

Bound to 140 characters, tweets are short and ambiguous by nature. It can be hard for a user without any kind of context to effectively understand what the tweet is about. Due to this restriction, it ... approach and confirm that generated contexts contain relevant information with given tweet. Tweet contextualization; Social influence; Twitter conversations; Social context 1 Introduction Since the recent

Development of an algorithm for determining smoking status and behaviour over the life course from UK electronic primary care records

to smoking cessation therapy, prescription, and administration codes, in addition to the more regularly employed smoking status codes. Large databases of primary care data are increasingly used for ... , there are numerous codes in GP databases indicating such concepts as; the wish to quit smoking, referrals to cessation therapy, generation of reminder letters, and placement of patients on cessation

Basic science of electronic cigarettes: assessment in cell culture and in vivo models

Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes, ECIGs) were introduced into the market a decade ago as an alternative to tobacco smoking. Whether ECIGs are safe and whether they qualify as smoking cessation ... industry, health organizations, researchers, smokers and non-smokers [1]. Whereas electronic cigarettes (ECIGs) are promoted as a safer alternative to tobacco smoking and may potentially help reduce tobacco

Impact of Cigarette Smoking and Smoking Cessation on Life Expectancy Among People With HIV: A US-Based Modeling Study

current smokers versus that for never smokers was 2.8, and the ratio for former smokers versus never smokers was 1.0–1.8, depending on cessation age. Projected survival was based on smoking status, sex, and ... smokers, multiplied by a published multivariable-adjusted RR ranging from 1.0 to 1.8, depending on age at cessation (Table 1) [4]. We assumed that future mortality probabilities for those who quit smoking