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Decision Tree Guides Selection of Smoke-Ending Medication for People With HIV

    Benefits of Smoke-Ending Drug Selection by Decision Tree
    Benefits of Smoke-Ending Drug Selection by Decision Tree Figure 1. HIV-positive smokers whose clinician used a decision tree to pick smoke-ending medications did significantly better than smokers who received standard smoke-ending care in three measures -- average fewer number of cigarettes smoked daily, proportion who made 24-hour quit attempts, and proportion who tried medication to stop smoking.
    Attitude Benefits of Smoke-Ending Drug Selection by Decision Tree
    Attitude Benefits of Smoke-Ending Drug Selection by Decision Tree Figure 2. HIV-positive smokers whose clinician used a decision tree to pick smoke-ending medications did significantly better than smokers who received standard smoke-ending care in three measures of attitudes about quitting (on a 1 to 10 scale) -- motivation to quit, belief in one's ability to quit, and perception of the difficulty of quitting.
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