A Nicotex Patch is a trans-dermal/skin patch that helps you quit smoking using the principle of Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT). The patch when placed on your body gradually releases nicotine throughout the day. Over the 12 week period, you will gradually reduce your nicotine intake and finally get back to life without dependence on nicotine.
Smokers are 60% more likely to abstain from smoking after using a nicotine patch1.
It has a 24-hour Smart Release system that consistently releases nicotine into your body throughout the day2.
It works on the step-down dosing approach that gradually decreases the nicotine intake over 12 weeks, helping you to quit smoking1
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Basis the number of cigarettes you smoke per day, below is the recommended dosage.
Consult your Doctor before using Nicotex
- If you are below 18 years of age.
- If you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
- If you are taking any other medicines, especially those containing these.
- If you have other medical conditions such as uncontrolled high blood pressure, stroke, stomach ulcer, kidney or liver disease, heart or circulation problems, diabetes, allergic reactions, severe sore throat, inflammation of the mouth, overactive thyroid, or adrenal gland cancer.
- If you have had previous reactions to nicotine gums or other nicotine-containing products.
How to use
Using a Nicotex Patch to quit smoking is both convenient and easy
Tear the sachet at the notch provided and remove the patch
Peel the transparent protective film on one side. Place the patch on your skin and peel the other half.
Press the patch firmly so that it adheres well to the skin.
Things to remember while using a patch
Apply one new patch every 24 hours, preferably in the morning
Wear it only on your upper body
Stick the patch on a clear, dry and non-hairy part of your skin
Change the location of the patch every day. Repeat location if required only after 7 days
1. Abelin T et al,Controlled trial of transdermal nicotine patch in tobacco withdrawal. Lancet 1989;1(8628):7-10
2. In vitro diffusion study,data on file,Cipla Ltd.