Smoking outcome by psychiatric history after behavioral and varenicline treatment.

  title={Smoking outcome by psychiatric history after behavioral and varenicline treatment.},
  author={Jennifer B. McClure and Gary E. Swan and Sheryl L Catz and Lisa M. Jack and Harold S. Javitz and Tim A. McAfee and Mona Deprey and Julie Richards and Susan M Zbikowski},
  journal={Journal of substance abuse treatment},
  volume={38 4},
Treatment outcomes were compared across smokers enrolled in the COMPASS cessation trial with (positive psychiatric history [PH+], n = 271) and without (PH-, n = 271) a diagnosis of PH based on medical record evidence of anxiety, depression, psychotic disorder, or bipolar disorder. Everyone received behavioral counseling plus varenicline and was followed for 6 months post quit date. PH+ smokers took varenicline for fewer days on average (59.4 vs. 68.5, p < or = .01) but did not differ in their… CONTINUE READING

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