Comparative efficacy of 24-hour and 16-hour transdermal nicotine patches for relief of morning craving.

@article{Shiffman2000ComparativeEO,
  title={Comparative efficacy of 24-hour and 16-hour transdermal nicotine patches for relief of morning craving.},
  author={Saul Shiffman and C. A. Elash and Stephanie M Paton and Chad J. Gwaltney and Jean A. Paty and Duncan B. Clark and Ken Liu and Michael E Di Marino},
  journal={Addiction},
  year={2000},
  volume={95 8},
  pages={1185-95}
}
AIMS To compare a transdermal nicotine patch designed for 24-hour wear with one designed for 16-hour wear for relief of craving and withdrawal, particularly in the morning hours. DESIGN Smokers were randomly assigned to use one of two common patch regimens: NicoDerm/NiQuitin (24-hour wear, 21 mg nicotine) or Nicotrol/Nicorette (16-hour wear, 15 mg). In a double-dummy design, participants wore two patches during the day, one active, one placebo and one patch while sleeping. SETTING A smoking… CONTINUE READING

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