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What does NCT stand for?
NCT stands for Nicotine Replacement Therapy
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We have 149 other meanings of NCT in our Acronym Attic
- Nerve Conduction Test (neurometric technique)
- Net Control Station
- Netline Communications Technologies, Ltd. (Israel)
- Network Caching Technology (company)
- Network Communication Trunk
- Network Control and Timing
- Network Control Terminal
- New Century Technology (various organizations)
- New Covenant Theology (Christian theological system)
- Next Check Time
Samples in periodicals archive:
In addition, the Cochrane review did not examine the impact of medications such as bupropion (Zyban), which can be used in combination with nicotine replacement therapy.
Byline: ANI Washington, Sept 4 (ANI): Nicotine replacement therapy at least four weeks before surgery can almost halve the risk of poor wound healing in smokers, suggest researchers.
He compared the prolonged use of methadone replacement therapy for heroin addicts, with the short-term nicotine replacement therapy for nicotine addiction, and suggested they should be used in a similar way, meaning people needed much longer periods of nicotine replacement therapy.
49 for 7) NicAssist Store: Boots What is it: Boots' own range of nicotine replacement therapy including gum, patches and lozenges.
People who live or work in Longbenton can get seven weeks free nicotine replacement therapy by joining in to quit every Saturday in June.
Nicotine Replacement Therapy May Contribute to ICU Deaths SALT LAKE CITY, Oct.
It is not uncommon for smokers who have been admitted to an intensive care unit (ICU) to receive nicotine replacement therapy in order to prevent withdrawal symptoms of the substance.