E-Cigarette Versus Nicotine Inhaler: Comparing the Perceptions and Experiences of Inhaled Nicotine Devices

  title={E-Cigarette Versus Nicotine Inhaler: Comparing the Perceptions and Experiences of Inhaled Nicotine Devices},
  author={MPH Michael B. Steinberg and Mia Hanos Zimmermann MPH and MPH Cristine D. Delnevo and Monica D Ph and BA ParthShukla and Elliot J. Coups and J A - Stryker Foulds},
  journal={Journal of General Internal Medicine},
Novel nicotine delivery products, such as electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), have dramatically grown in popularity despite limited data on safety and benefit. In contrast, the similar U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved nicotine inhaler is rarely utilized by smokers. Understanding this paradox could be helpful to determine the potential for e-cigarettes as an alternative to tobacco smoking. To compare the e-cigarette with the nicotine inhaler in terms of perceived benefits… CONTINUE READING
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