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Anti-smoking intervention, e-cigarettes, and heated tobacco products – what to remember? Recommendations for doctors who have direct contact with nicotine-addicted patients regarding anti-smoking intervention
 
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Katedra Higieny i Epidemiologii, Uniwersytet Medyczny w Łodzi, Polska
 
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Starostwo Powiatowe w Piotrkowie Trybunalskim, Polska
 
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Zakład Zdrowia Populacyjnego, Szkoła Zdrowia Publicznego, Centrum Medyczne Kształcenia Podyplomowego, Polska
 
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Sekcja Antytytoniowa, Polskie Towarzystwo Chorób Płuc, Polska
 
 
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Beata Świątkowska   

Katedra Higieny i Epidemiologii, Uniwersytet Medyczny w Łodzi, Żeligowskiego 7/9, 90-752, Łódź, Polska
 
 
 
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Introduction and objective:
The market for nicotine products has changed dynamically. The introduction of new forms of nicotine products, such as electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) and heated tobacco products implies the need for verification of the current anti-smoking counseling provided by medical staff. The aim of the study was to discuss the impact of e-cigarettes and heated tobacco on the implementation of actions in the area of brief anti-smoking intervention ("5A principle") by medical practitioners who have direct contact with patients addicted to nicotine in Poland.

Review methods:
This is a narrative review. The PubMed/Medline database was used to review the literature. The publication presents recommendations regarding the need to modify the treatment of a patient addicted to nicotine supplied, among others, by using e-cigarettes and heated tobacco products, with reference to the existing standards of brief anti-smoking intervention, based on the 5A principle.

Abbreviated description of the state of knowledge:
E-cigarettes and heated tobacco products are a new form of delivering nicotine to the human body. Nicotine has a strong addictive potential. Aerosol from an e-cigarette or heated tobacco product is harmful to health. The user of an e-cigarette or heated tobacco product should be treated as a person addicted to nicotine and subject to the same anti-smoking interventions as cigarette smokers.

Summary:
While implementing anti-smoking interventions it is very important to properly identify people addicted to nicotine, record information on nicotine addiction and the way of taking nicotine in the patient'smedical records, and provide basic behavioural support and pharmacotherapy to support the treatment of nicotine addiction, regardless of the form of nicotine intake – cigarettes, e-cigarette or heated tobacco products.

 
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