Efeitos do Tabagismo na Saúde e Terapêutica Farmacológica de Primeira Linha na Cessação Tabágica

Autores

  • Paulo Mota Serviço de Pneumologia, Instituto Português de Oncologia de Lisboa Francisco Gentil, E.P.E.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24950/rspmi.911

Palavras-chave:

Agonistas Nicotínicos, Benzazepinas, Burpropiona, Cessação Tabágica, Perturbações por Uso de Tabaco, Quinoxalinas

Resumo

Pelo seu impacto na mortalidade, o tabaco é, presentemente,
a mais potente arma de destruição maciça existente no nosso
planeta. A abordagem do tabagismo é fundamental na prevenção quer primária, quer secundária das patologias por ele
provocadas. Existem atualmente três fármacos considerados
de primeira linha na cessação tabágica (nicotina, bupropiona
e vareniclina), com benefícios conhecidos, devendo, contudo, ser bem avaliados os potenciais riscos da sua utilização
nestes doentes.

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