Electronic nicotine delivery devices: ineffective nicotine delivery and craving suppression after acute administration

@article{Eissenberg2010ElectronicND,
  title={Electronic nicotine delivery devices: ineffective nicotine delivery and craving suppression after acute administration},
  author={Thomas Eissenberg},
  journal={Tobacco Control},
  year={2010},
  volume={19},
  pages={87 - 88}
}
Electronic nicotine delivery devices (E-cigarettes) are marketed to deliver nicotine without tobacco toxicants and are sold in shopping malls and over the internet despite no published safety or efficacy data.1 2 These unregulated products consist of a battery, heater and cartridge containing a solution of nicotine, propylene glycol and other chemicals.3 Puffing activates the heater and the solution is vaporised and inhaled. Cartridges can be refilled using drops of solution sold in bottles… Expand
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