How does the nicotine inhalation system interact with other drugs or food?

The nicotine inhalation system can affect medications that you take on a regular basis. Stopping or starting smoking can also have this effect on medications. Talk to your doctor if you are taking the following medications: imipramine, oxazepam, propranolol, labetalol, prazosin, theophylline, pentazocine, or insulin. Do not smoke while using this product. There may be other drugs that interact with the nicotine inhalation system. Inform your doctor about any prescription, over-the-counter drugs, or nutritional or herbal supplements that you are taking.

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