Smoking cessation test answers
Question 1 Marks: 1
Brief advice from a Physician results in what per cent of smokers still abstinent at six months or longer?
b) 5% Brief advice from a physician results in 5% of smokers still abstinent at six months or longer. Brief intervention is an effective and cost-effective population based approach and can be done by a range of healthcare professionals.
Question 2 Marks: 1
Compared to non-smokers, women who smoke during pregnancy have an increased risk of which of the following conditions?
All are correct
Question 3 Marks: 1 or 0.11 each
Nicotine replacement therapy can be prescribed to pregnant women.
BNF advises the following:
-Use only if smoking cessation without NRT fails.
-Intermittent NRT is preferable over patches but avoid liquorice-flavoured NRT products
-Patches may be useful in pregnancy-related nausea and vomiting
-If patches are used they should be removed before going to bed
Question 4 Marks: 1
Nicotine is absorbed fastest from which NRT product?
b) Nasal spray
Question 5 Marks: 1
Nicotine replacement therapy should not be prescribed to 12-18 year olds.
Question 6 Marks: 1
Which of the following benefits may be expected if a patient quits smoking before elective surgery?
All of the above or 0.5 for each
Question 7 Marks: 1
Which statement is the most accurate description of the Stop Smoking Wales service:
a) Stop Smoking Wales is a free NHS service for adult smokers who want to stop smoking
Question 8 Marks: 1
Stop Smoking Wales provides support for clients to stop smoking over how long?
Question 9 Marks: 1
How many more times likely are you to stop smoking using an NHS stop smoking service than if you go it alone?