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Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Monday, August 23, 2010
There is wide spread awareness about the dangers of smoking all over the world, but many people find it hard to quit tobacco smoking. In the last few years, many innovative cessation products such as nicotine patches and gum have come up in the market to help people get rid of tobacco habit.
Electronic cigarettes are the latest product, the most innovative gift to those determined to quit tobacco smoking. Also known as electric cigarettes and e-cigarettes electronic cigarettes look and feel exactly like real tobacco cigarettes. Users of electronic cigarettes inhale nicotine vapor that resembles smoke but contains no carcinogens which are present in tobacco smoke and are hazardous for smoker as well as those around. They simply emit artificial smoke.
How it works?
An electronic cigarette is made of a nicotine cartridge filled with nicotine liquid. A tiny battery powered atomizer converts a small quantity of nicotine liquid into vapor. Inhaled nicotine vapor provides nicotine hit to the user within seconds. As the user inhales vapor, a small LED light bulb at the cigarette's tip glows orange stimulating a real cigarette.
The nicotine cartridges are available in full, half and minimal strengths. Different strengths are designed for people who decide to quit smoking. After getting used to electronic cigarette smoking, they can gradually reduce nicotine strength from full to minimal until they quit.
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Electronic cigarettes are superior to nicotine gum or patches as they provide nicotine hit much quicker and give the satisfaction of inhaling smoke from a cigarette like device.
Electronic cigarettes are also more economical in cost than tobacco cigarettes. Except for the initial cost of electronic cigarette kit, a set of 5 nicotine cartridges will provide you the taste of 500 cigarettes.
Electronic cigarettes are going to be the next thing replacing real cigarettes everywhere.
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Seventy four percent of them are people with severe ischemia in the lower limbs and vascular diseases (angiology) and were incapable of responding to conventional therapy.
According to Dr. Porfirio Hernandez, coordinator of the National Group for Regenerative Medicine at the Ministry of Public Health, Havana City is the province with more advanced cases.
Dr. Hernandez who is also assistant director of research at the Institute of Hematology and Immunology here termed favourable the results in angiology in preventing many patients to suffer from major amputations, the daily reported.
The use of the so-called regenerative cell therapy in orthopedics and traumatology with 301 assisted patients has also increased progressively in the country, Hernandez said. -- NNN-PRENSA LATINA
Read more about stem cell:
Hematopoietic Stem Cell Biology (Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine)
Stem Cell and Gene-Based Therapy: Frontiers in Regenerative Medicine
Regenerative and Cell Therapy: Clinical Advances (Ernst Schering Foundation Symposium Proceedings / Schering Foundation Symposium Proceedings Supplements)