Terapia de remplazo nicotínico asociada con reducción gradual del consumo de cigarrillos como estrategia de cesación de tabaco. Reporte de caso

Nelci Astrid Becerra Martínez, Pilar García Padilla

Resumen


El habitual proyecto de definir una fecha para dejar de fumar abruptamente ha sido refutado por muchos pacientes que han mostrado interés por reducir su consumo de modo gradual. La reducción progresiva utilizando terapia sustitutiva con nicotina previa a la cesación permitiría tratar a un mayor número de fumadores. El artículo presenta el caso de un paciente con alta dependencia a la nicotina, interesado en dejar de fumar, pero no de manera abrupta.


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hábito de fumar;cese del tabaquismo;reducción del daño

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.umed59-1.taba

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