The effects of supplementary nicotine in regular cigarette smokers.

@article{Turner1977TheEO,
  title={The effects of supplementary nicotine in regular cigarette smokers.},
  author={Judith Axler Turner and R. W. Sillett and David McD Taylor and Martin W McNicol},
  journal={Postgraduate medical journal},
  year={1977},
  volume={53 625},
  pages={683-6}
}
Blood nicotine levels were measured in eight subjects over a 5-week period, while smoking normally, while smoking and chewing gum containing 2 mg nicotine, and while smoking and chewing placebo gum. Despite a small but significant rise in blood nicotine levels during the period of the nicotine gum chewing (mean 35.3 ng/ml) compared with placebo (mean 28.9 ng/ml) and control (mean 26.3 ng/ml), cigarette consumption butt lengths, filter nicotine and blood carboxyhaemoglobin levels did not change… CONTINUE READING

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