Monday, June 3, 2013
Breaking Big Tobacco
As a wonderful family physician, you convince one of your patients to quit smoking. You transition them to a medication for smoking cessation which enhances CNS noradrenergic and dopaminergic release. You tell the patient to start the medication a week before their quit date and to take it for three months. The side effects are insomnia, agitation, dry mouth, and headache.
Challenge: What's the medication?
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