The acute effects of waterpipe smoking on lung function and exercise capacity in a pilot study of healthy participants

@article{Hawari2013TheAE,
  title={The acute effects of waterpipe smoking on lung function and exercise capacity in a pilot study of healthy participants},
  author={Feras I Hawari and Nour A. Obeidat and Hiba S. Ayub and Iyad M Ghonimat and Thomas E Eissenberg and Sahar Dawahrah and Hamza Beano},
  journal={Inhalation Toxicology},
  year={2013},
  volume={25},
  pages={492 - 497}
}
Abstract Context: Waterpipe tobacco smoking (WTS) has gained popularity, but its physiologic effects have not been extensively studied: rather, studies have focused on WTS’s chronic effects or have evaluated limited respiratory/cardiac parameters. Objective: We sought to characterize in a more detailed manner the acute effects of WTS on lung function and exercise capacity. Method: We recruited 24 healthy WTS males. We used a pilot single-group pre-test (abstained from WTS for ≥48 h) post-test… 
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