Consume Electronic cigarettes increase the risk of stroke, heart attack or coronary heart disease, according to the preliminary results of a new medical examination.
The American Heart Association study, which will be presented in the full text next week at the International Medical Conference to be held in Honolulu (Hawaii, USA), is the largest to date examines the impact of such cigarettes on the possibility of a stroke stroke,
In order to process them, scientists used the database in 2016 with approximately 400,000 people in 50 countries. Total 66,795 people have recognized that they are frequent consumers of this type of tobacco, compared to 343,856, who claimed they never had electronic cigarettes.
Researchers used a logistic regression analysis that is typically used in statistics to predict the results of a categorical variable based on independent or predictor variables.
They found it consumers of so-called e-cigarettes were at greater risk compared to non-smokers who suffered from a number of health problemsIn fact, they had 71% more stroke, 59% more patients with heart attack or angina and 40% more with ischemic heart disease.
The study also found that 4.2% of "evaporators" reported having suffered a stroke data analysis does not reflect the number of deaths to this type of cigarette.
"Compared to non-consumers, Those who smoked electronic cigarettes were younger, had a lower body weight index and lower diabetes"said one of the carsanalysis, Paul M. Ndunda, from the University of Kansas School of Medicine.
According to data gathered in the survey in 2016, 3.2% of adults in the US and US were 11.3% of secondary school students were granted the use of electronic cigarettes during the last 30 days. Between 2011 and 2015, its utilization increased by 900% between the youth of the country.
The analysis will be presented next week in 2008 International conference in Honolulu.
The American Heart Association remember that nicotine nicotine-containing electronic cigarettes are tobacco and should be subject to the rules governing these types of products, prevent young people from accessing so-called electronic cigarettes,