- Nicorette is the brand name of a number of products for nicotine replacement therapy that contain nicotine
- Developed in the late 1970s in Sweden by AB Leo in the form of a chewing gum, Nicorette was the first nicotine replacement product on the market
- The Nicorette product range encompasses chewing gum, lozenges, patches of two kinds (transparent and non-transparent), oral spray (Nicorette QuickMist), inhalator, sublingual tablets (Nicorette Microtab) and nasal spray
- Nicorette products are manufactured by McNeil Consumer Healthcare company, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson
- GlaxoSmithKline is the licence holder of Nicorette gum in the United States while Johnson & Johnson markets Nicorette globally
- NRT products including gum and transdermal patches are on the WHO Model List of Essential Medicines
- The brand name "Nicorette" comes from icotine" and Swedish: rette, "right way"
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