Evidence-based smoking cessation interventions for patients with acute respiratory disorders.

Janie Heath, Sara Young, Sharon Bennett, Mary Beth Ginn, Geoffrey Cox

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Abstract

Worldwide, tobacco use continues to be the most significant preventable cause of death and hospital admissions, particularly related to respiratory diseases. Acute respiratory illnesses requiring hospitalization provide an opportunity for nurses to intervene and help smokers quit. Of the three top hospital admissions related to respiratory diseases, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is the one that continues to have increased mortality whereas community acquired pneumonia and asthma have decreased over the past 5 years. The course of all three can be caused or exacerbated by continued smoking. This review describes the state of the science of nursing research focused on tobacco cessation interventions for hospitalized patients with COPD, asthma, or community acquired pneumonia. Additionally, we describe two evidence-based, nurse-driven, hospital protocols to treat tobacco dependence that can serve as models of care. Recommendations are made as to how to effectively promote nursing interventions for tobacco cessation in the acute care setting.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)273-296
Number of pages24
JournalAnnual review of nursing research
Volume27
StatePublished - Dec 1 2009

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Asthma
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Evidence-based smoking cessation interventions for patients with acute respiratory disorders. / Heath, Janie; Young, Sara; Bennett, Sharon; Ginn, Mary Beth; Cox, Geoffrey.

In: Annual review of nursing research, Vol. 27, 01.12.2009, p. 273-296.

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Heath, Janie ; Young, Sara ; Bennett, Sharon ; Ginn, Mary Beth ; Cox, Geoffrey. / Evidence-based smoking cessation interventions for patients with acute respiratory disorders. In: Annual review of nursing research. 2009 ; Vol. 27. pp. 273-296.
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