Monday, 10 June 2019

E-Cigarette has been discharged? Asthma can suffer respiratory problems

Many electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes are advised to avoid the harmful effects of cigarette. But a new study found that there could be many respiratory problems, including asthma, lung problems and inflammation. Researchers have warned that this type of e-cigarette may cause microbial toxins.

For research, researchers at Harvard University examined 75 popular e-cigarette products. They researched cartridges (single use) and e-liquids (refillable components) that sell in the United States.

According to the results published in the Environmental Health Perspectives Journal, 27 percent of these products found endotoxin marks. This endodoxy is a microbial agent found in the village-negative bacteria. And 81 percent of glucan (glucan) found. Most glucose is found in most fungal cells.




Harvard University professor David Christian said, "Airborne gram-negative bacterial endotoxin and fungal glycunes have intense and lasting effects on respiratory in professional and environmental conditions."

Christiana further said, "By detecting these poisons in e-cigarette products, the concern of adverse effects on users' respiration increases further."

Studies have shown that 17 products out of 75 (23%) endotoxin synthesis have been found, and 61 out of 75 products (81%) glucon synthesis have been observed.



Studies have shown that the amount of endotoxins in fruit-rich product was more. It is believed that raw materials used in this type of taste can be source of microbial pollution. Researchers have noted that the product can also happen at the time of production of contamination material or during the end of the making of a whole e-cigarette.

"In addition to breathing in harmful chemical substances, e-cigarette users may also be able to get biological pollutants like endocycin and glucone," said MI-Sun Lee, lead author of the study.

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