Even highly addicted smokers with mental illness can quit and are more likely to succeed with a combination of medications and behavioral therapy.
What if an addicted patient refuses hospitalization just because they cannot smoke in the hospital?
If smoking alters medication levels and a patient is likely to smoke after discharge, how do we find the right dosages?
Smoking breaks have been allowed to be an important social activity in hospitals and clinics.
In some facilities, profits from selling cigarettes has been an important source of revenue.
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