Electronic cigar kills seven people in the United States

/ Friday 20 September 2019 According to a new balance, the list of patients was extended to 530 cases The burgeoning vaping industry mobilized an amount of 10. 200 millions of dollars worldwide / Pixabay AFP The epidemic of pulmonary diseases related to vaping continues to rise in the United States, where cases went from 380 to 530, while the number of deaths it remained at seven, according to the weekly report published Thursday by health authorities. More than half of the patients are under 25 years and three-fourths they are men, said Anne Schuchat, deputy director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The 16% of patients are under 18 years. Agency laboratories Drug and Food (FDA) analyzes more than 150 suspicious samples, but have not yet identified the substance (s) responsible for these acute lung diseases, said Mitch Zeller, division director of tobacco of the organism. “There is no common denominator about the products used, how they were used, where they were bought and what could have happened between the moment the user obtains them and the moment they are vaporized and inhaled,” he insisted. Zeller. Researchers are very cautious about the possible cause of disease, whether by a brand, a product or a source. In many cases, the top-ups involved contained THC, the psychoactive principle of cannabis. 11 of September, President Donald Trump announced that his government will ban flavored vaping products in the coming months, after the aum In the occasion, the secretary of Health, Alex Azar, indicated that after the launch of a new regulatory guide there will be 30 days of deadline for entry into force, at which time “all flavored charges of electronic cigarettes, except tobacco, would have to be recalled.” Tobacco flavored products may continue to be sold, but will require marketing authorization by May of 2020. The flourishing vaping industry mobilized an amount of 10. 200 millions of dollars to global level in 2018, according to the marketing research firm Grand View Research. We recommend ↓ The epidemic of pulmonary diseases related to vaping continues to rise in the United States, where cases went from 380 to 530, while the number of deaths it remained at seven, according to the weekly report published Thursday by health authorities. More than half of the patients are under 25 years and three-fourths they are men, said Anne Schuchat, deputy director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The 16% of patients are under 18 years. Agency laboratories Drug and Food (FDA) analyzes more than 150 suspicious samples, but have not yet identified the substance (s) responsible for these acute lung diseases, said Mitch Zeller, division director of tobacco of the organism. “There is no common denominator about the products used, how they were used, where they were bought and what could have happened between the moment the user obtains them and the moment they are vaporized and inhaled,” he insisted. Zeller. Researchers are very cautious about the possible cause of disease, whether by a brand, a product or a source. In many cases, the top-ups involved contained THC, the psychoactive principle of cannabis. 11 of September, President Donald Trump announced that his government will ban flavored vaping products in the coming months, after the aum In the occasion, the secretary of Health, Alex Azar, indicated that after the launch of a new regulatory guide there will be 30 days of deadline for entry into force, at which time “all flavored charges of electronic cigarettes, except tobacco, would have to be recalled.” Tobacco flavored products may continue to be sold, but will require marketing authorization by May of 2020. The flourishing vaping industry mobilized an amount of 10. 200 millions of dollars to global level in 2018, according to the marketing research firm Grand View Research. We recommend ↓ More news
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