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An interesting study about switching

Discussion in 'Switching' started by Nimaz, Oct 2, 2015.

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  1. Nimaz

    Nimaz Super Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 20, 2015
    We already know that using appropriate gears and nicotine load in our ejuices is critical for successful switching, from analogs to vapor. I first failed with the blu sticks and an Ego-u loaded with basic tank containing 24mg/ml ejuice. I found this freshly published paper @http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26377515, which put some numbers into it:

    Effects of Electronic Cigarette Liquid Nicotine Concentration on Plasma Nicotine and Puff Topography in Tobacco Cigarette Smokers: A Preliminary Report.


    I cannot get the full text, but the the abstract worth the reading. Nothing really astonishing but yet this study implies that ".... the nicotine delivery profile of a 3.3V ECIG with a dual coil, 1.5-Ohm cartomizer approaches that of a combustible tobacco cigarette in this population. Finding a product that delivers nicotine as effectively as a tobacco cigarette, as we report here, may be essential for smokers who want to replace completely their combustible tobacco cigarettes with ECIGs."
     
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