Electronic nicotine delivery systems: regulatory and safety challenges: Singapore perspective.

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OBJECTIVE Many electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) are marketed as safer tobacco alternative products or effective cessation therapies. ENDS samples were evaluated for design features, including nicotine and glycols content. This could be useful in developing a legal framework to handle ENDS. METHODS Identification of the nicotine, glycerol and… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2012-050483

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@article{Cheah2014ElectronicND, title={Electronic nicotine delivery systems: regulatory and safety challenges: Singapore perspective.}, author={Nuan Ping Cheah and Norman Wee Lin Chong and Jing Tan and Faridatul Akmam Morsed and Shen Kuan Yee}, journal={Tobacco control}, year={2014}, volume={23 2}, pages={119-25} }