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Thread: Ecigs vs Nicotine Inhaler - Satisfaction Score & perception.

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    Ecigs vs Nicotine Inhaler - Satisfaction Score & perception.

    The e-cigarette had a higher total satisfaction score (13.9 vs. 6.8 [p < 0.001]; range for responses 3-21) and higher reward score (15.8 vs. 8.7 [p < 0.001]; range for responses 5-35) than the inhaler. The e-cigarette received higher ratings for helpfulness, acceptability, and "coolness." More subjects would use the e-cigarette to make a quit attempt (76 %) than the inhaler (24 %) (p < 0.001). Eighteen percent (7/38) of subjects abstained from smoking during the 3-day periods using the e-cigarette vs. 10 % (4/38) using the inhaler (p = 0.18).

    The e-cigarette was more acceptable, provided more satisfaction, and had higher perceived benefit than the inhaler during this trial. E-cigarettes have the potential to be important nicotine delivery products owing to their high acceptance and perceived benefit, but more data are needed to evaluate their actual efficacy and safety. Providers should be aware of these issues, as patients will increasingly inquire about them.

    E-cigarette versus nicotine inhaler: comparing the perceptions and ... - PubMed - NCBI

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    Anyone who has ever had the misfortune to waste money on a nicorette inhaler could wrap this up in a few worlds. Big Harma produces rubbish cessation products.
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