On October 26, the Cochrane Collabation, an international academic organization for evidence-based medicine, pointed out in its latest research review.
Cochrane pointed out that using nicotine e-cigarettes to quit smoking is better than using nicotine replacement therapy and nicotine-free e-cigarettes.
Cochrane reviewed the contributing author, Professor Peter Hajek, director of the Tobacco Dependence Research Group at Queen Mary University of London, said: “This new overview of e-cigarettes shows that for many smokers, e-cigarettes are an effective tool for quitting smoking.”
Founded in 1993, Cochrane is a non-profit organization called Archiebaldl.cochrane, the founder of evidence-based medicine. It is also the most authoritative academic organization of evidence-based medicine in the world. However, there are more than 37,000 volunteers in 170 countries.
In this study, Cochrane found that 50 studies in 13 countries including the United States and the United Kingdom involved 12430 adult smokers. The results of the study show that for at least six months, more people use nicotine e-cigarettes to quit smoking than use nicotine replacement therapy (such as nicotine stickers, nicotine gum) or e-cigarettes that exclude nicotine.
Specifically, for every 100 people who use nicotine e-cigarettes to quit smoking, 10 people may successfully quit smoking; out of every 100 people who use nicotine e-cigarettes to quit smoking, only 6 people can successfully quit smoking, which is higher than other treatments .
Post time: Jan-14-2021