Addiction Medicine Board Review Question 1
A 50 year old man with a history of hypertension and tobacco use comes to clinic for follow up as he tries to stop smoking. He’d been started on varenicline 8 weeks ago, and has been calling 1 800 QUIT NOW for behavioral counseling. The patient is still suffering from nicotine cravings and continues to smoke. What is the best next step in management?
- AThe patient should continue with the same treatment
- BVarenicline should be discontinued, and bupropion started
- CVarenicline should be discontinued, and nicotine replacement therapy started.
- DVarenicline should be continued, the patient should continue to call 1 800 QUIT NOW, and nicotine replacement therapy should be added to his regimen.
Addiction Medicine Board Review Question 2
Which class of medications has demonstrated the greatest efficacy in the treatment of sexual addiction?
- AOpioid antagonists
- CTricyclic antidepressants
- EDopamine agonists
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