Address Concerns About Nicotine Replacement Therapy

Questions are coming up about the safety of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) in hospitalized patients.

Hospital admissions are a golden opportunity to help patients quit smoking. But you may hear concerns that nicotine's effects on blood vessels and tissue oxygen demand could lead to harm in some inpatients.

Be ready to address common questions.

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