C Quílez García

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BASIS Study of the efficacy of nicotine chewing gum in the treatment of smoking addiction in primary health care. METHODS Three interventions groups are compared. Active group (37): treated with group psychotherapy and nicotine chewing gum; Placebo group (38): Treated exactly as first group, but with placebo chewing gum, and Outpatient Group (31):(More)
We show in this study the evaluation of the Women's Program in the San Antón Health Center during 1986. A separate analysis is made of each of the three subprograms (Pregnancy Control, Early Detection of Genital and Breast Cancer, and Family Planning), data on age, number of children, prior contraceptive methods, results, complications, remissions, etc...(More)
The initial results of an Obesity Programme being developed in our Health Centre is presented. It includes the evaluation of 90 individuals who form part of the programme, 79 (88%) of which are women and 11 (12%) are men, over a period of 7 months. 33% of the individuals (18) lost more than 50% of their excess weight, 8 of whom reached an ideal weight (15%(More)
The results after 6 months of the treatment of three intervention groups with nicotine chewing gum to evaluate its effectiveness for the treatment of smoking addiction in primary care are reported. After random allocation, 106 individuals out of the 200 recruited in three health centers started the treatment. The active group (n = 37), treated with group(More)
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