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Az elektronikus cigaretta világszerte egyre népszerűbb a dohányosok között. Ez új népegészségügyi dilemmát eredményezett. A vita központi témája az e-cigaretta okozta megbetegedési rizikó. Az általános vélekedés szerint az e-cigaretta nem valószínű, hogy olyan ártalmas, mint a hagyományos, de a relatív ártalom számszerűségéről kevés az adat. Sejtkultúrákban és állatokon végzett vizsgálatok azt mutatták, hogy az e-cigarettának is van többszörös negatív hatása. Humán akut egészségi hatásait illetően kevés a tudományos evidencia. Humán tartós hatásai ismeretlenek, és nincs arra vonatkozó evidencia, hogy hosszabb távon biztonságosabb, mint a dohányzás. A jelen összefoglaló megvilágítja az e-cigarettának a tüdőre és a cardiovascularis rendszerre gyakorolt toxikus hatásairól nyert friss adatokat. Orv hetil. 2019; 160(45): 1767–1773.

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