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Decision-making about smoking cessation among patients with respiratory disease

Joyanne Garber

Decision-making about smoking cessation among patients with respiratory disease

by Joyanne Garber

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 microfiches.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18648345M
ISBN 100315567848
OCLC/WorldCa25089530

European Lung White Book. Published by the European Respiratory Society, the European Lung White Book draws on the latest data from the World Health Organization and European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, and input from experts across the continent to present a rigorous examination of lung health and disease in Europe as it stands and an informed .   The Cancer Trends Progress Report is a key source of national trend data across a spectrum of cancer control measures, including tobacco use, smoking cessation, diet, physical activity, and UV exposure and sun-protective behaviors. From prevention to end of life, the updated progress report offers trends by sex, age, race, ethnicity, and income and education .

  Nursing Counseling and Smoking Cessation Among Inpatients The work of Li, et al. () reports a study that examines the facilitators and barriers to effective smoking cessation as it relates to counseling services provided to inpatients by nurse counselors. Respiratory disease is a major cause of morbidity and mortality and is responsible for a very large proportion of the overall health and socioeconomic burden of illness. Respiratory medicine developed largely from the care of patients with TB, the great scourge of the 19th century.

In a sample of smokers who received a week anxiety-related smoking cessation program versus a control condition, the results showed that smokers who self-reported pre-cessation insomnia symptoms had a greater odds (aOR = ; 95% CI = –) of relapsing 3-months following cessation than those who did not have pre-cessation Cited by: 1. Suggested Citation:"3 Chronic Lung Disease."Institute of Medicine. A Nationwide Framework for Surveillance of Cardiovascular and Chronic Lung gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: /


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This site is like a library, Use search box in the. Smoking Behavior, Cessation Techniques, and the Health Decision Model STEPHEN A. ERAKER, M.D., to quit smoking among patients with pulmonary disease produced some admittedly contradictory results.

However, there was a significant increase in rates of smoking cessation for patients who wanted to quit, predicted they would do so, and. On Octothe European Respiratory Society (ERS) organised, at the request of the Belgian presidency of the Council of the European Union, the first ever pre-ministerial conference on “Chronic respiratory disease – exploring solutions in the EU”.

On Octo the conclusions of this conference were presented to the conference of the Cited by: Out of those approved, ( SD) was the average age, ( SD) was the average number of cigarettes used per day, 47 patients (%) were White, 49.

In the case of smoking, some of the hallmark negative effects include lung cancer, stroke, coronary heart disease, and emphysema, a respiratory based disease (CDC, ).

In terms of time, all these diseases are slow developing in nature, involving long periods of delay between the cause—smoking—and the associated effect—these serious. 1) Patients with respiratory disease have a greater and more urgent need to stop smoking than the average smoker, so respiratory physicians must take a proactive and continuing role with all.

The preceding chapters have reviewed the extensive scientific evidence regarding the diverse illnesses caused by tobacco use.

The causation of multiple diseases by smoking and the related loss of life expectancy have long motivated policy actions to control tobacco use.

To support policy actions and decision making based on the health evidence, quantitative estimates of the Cited by: 3. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease remains a leading cause of death in the United States, and inapproximately 1 in 20 deaths in the United States had COPD as the underlying cause, with an estimated 75 percent of these COPD deaths attributable to smoking ().While the U.S.

trend in COPD deaths has remained fairly stable from to (), the global burden Author: Office on Smoking. The Readiness to Change Ruler can be used with patients contemplating any desirable behavior, such as smoking cessation, losing weight, exercise or substance-abuse cessation.

Information from Cited by:   Meta-analyses demonstrate that, compared with no treatment, inpatient smoking cessation pharmacotherapy (SCP) coupled with outpatient follow-up significantly improves quit rates. 1 Accordingly, the Joint Commission now considers inpatient use and discharge prescription of SCP as the standard of care.

2 Despite the potential benefits of initiating SCP in Cited by: 4. This study aimed to gain insight into the impact of lung conditions on smoking behaviour and smoking cessation, and identify recommendations for smoking cessation and professional-patient communications.

The study was led by the European Lung Foundation in collaboration with the European Respiratory Society Task Force on “Statement on smoking Cited by: 3. Citation: Lynes D et al () Strategies to help adolescents stop g Times; 26, Authors: Dave Lynes is associate head, faculty of health and social care, Edge Hill University, and head of academic provision, Respiratory Education UK; Andrew Lynes is a student nurse and former teenage smoker, University of York.

This article has been double-blind peer. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) causes enormous distress and generates immense cost worldwide. The problem is growing, particularly in the third world, and it has been predicted that COPD will become the third most common cause of mortality in the world in As the major cause of COPD is tobacco smoking, it is of utmost importance that scientific Cited by: 9.

Cancer type Esophageal cancer Disease burden from smoking, additional risk factors, and health benefits from cessation + Second biggest cause of years of life lost (YLL) through cancer from smoking among men (, YLL), and the third among women (25, YLL) + Good evidence of reduced risk for ex-smokers compared with current smokers for.

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary disease (COPD) Definition: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease is a common, preventable and treatable disease characterized by persistent respiratory symptoms and airflow limitation that is due to airway and/or alveolar abnormalities, usually caused by significant exposure to noxious particles of gases.

Diagnosis. Tobacco smoking remains the leading preventable cause of death in the United States. 1 Morbidity and mortality attributable to smoking are reduced by smoking cessation, even when it occurs after the onset of a smoking-related disease.

2 Smokers who are hospitalized have an opportunity to initiate cessation because US hospitals are smoke free. 3 Smokers must Cited by:   Smoking cessation in patients with respiratory disease: a high priority, integral component of therapy Patients with respiratory disease have a greater and more urgent need to stop smoking than the average smoker, so respiratory physicians must help motivate them to stop and provide treatment to aid smoking cessation.

asthma. More than half of all the deaths from respiratory disease are due to diseases caused by smoking. The total cost of respiratory disease in the EU 28 exceeds a staggering € billion. It is an unacceptable cost, and one which the EU should tackle through, for.

NICE Pathway on smoking: tobacco-harm reduction approaches. 4 - smoking tobacco harm reduction approaches. NICE Pathway on smokeless tobacco cessation: South Asian communities.

5 - smokeless tobacco cessation south asian communities. NICE Pathway on cardiovascular disease: identifying and supporting people most at risk of dying early. Contrary to some opinions, acute mortality among patients with COPD with respiratory failure is lower than mortality among patients ventilated for non-COPD causes.

When possible, a clear statement of the patient's own treatment wishes—an advance directive or “living will”—makes these difficult decisions much easier to by: Smoking is a major health concern in both developed and developing countries.

Smoking cessation counselling is of major importance for health care providers such as physicians, psychologists, nurses and many further therapeutic workers. We recently have demonstrated feasibility of a 4-hour “student-to-student course” (1 hour of scientific background and 3 hours Author: Jürg Hamacher, Verena Vedder, Nadja Razavi, Markus Mohaupt, Ueli Moehrlen, Kurosch Purkabiri, Valent.

A study in Ireland found that 60% of patients with chronic respiratory disease had at least one or more other chronic conditions, rising to 90% among individuals over 70 years of age. 14 COPD is Cited by: 6.