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The effect of a non-tobacco-based nicotine pouch on mucosal lesions caused by Swedish smokeless tobacco (snus).

Oral mucosal lesions are common in Swedish smokeless tobacco users where the pouch is placed. During a 6-week period, Sixty regular users of Swedish smokeless cigarettes were able to substitute their snus with non-tobacco-based nicotine pouch products. The effects of regular snus exposure on the production of 48 cytokines in peripheral blood mononuclear cells were compared in vitro with that obtained from non-tobacco-based nicotine products in a second part. Compared to untreated or cells exposed to the non-tobacco-based nicotine products, the results showed significantly increased production of proinflammatory cytokines in cells exposed to regular snus.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35853092


Formulation of Smokeless Tobacco Products with a Wide Range of pH to Study Nicotine Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics.

The rate of nicotine absorption from cigarettes is a predictant of opium use and other adverse health consequences. The nicotine content, pH, flavor, and tobacco cut determines oral nicotine bioavailability from moist snuff smokeless tobacco. Four investigational ST products that differed only in pH were developed for use in a clinical research investigating the effects of pH on nicotine pharmacokinetics. pH 5. 0, 8. 2, and 8. 6, respectively, was produced as a result of a commercial ST product modified with citric acid monohydrate or sodium carbonate. For example, pH from all products was within 0. 1 pH units and never exceeded 0. 2 units. In a clinical research, this study illustrates a method of investigational tobacco products manufacturing by manipulating a single design feature with the intention of independently and systematically assessing nicotine bioavailability.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35850567


Characterising advertising strategies and expenditures for conventional and newer smokeless tobacco products.

In the United States, Objective Nicotine pouches are an increasingly popular and quickly expanding smokeless tobacco segment. Little is known about the marketing plans and media channels used to advertise this ST category or the degree to which the marketing tactics used to promote 'conventional' smokeless products. During the period of observation, Kantar's research found 28 conventional ST, 22 oral nicotine, and 3 snus products sold during the period of investigation, with over $ 71 million invested collectively on ST promotion. More advertising dollars were invested on traditional ST products than on newer oral nicotine products or snus, according to different departments. However, the majority of monthly AD spending fell during the earliest nine months from August 2019 to April 2020. Comment: Advertising sales of nicotine pouches have recently outstripped traditional ST product sales and nicotine pouches are being distributed around the country.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35803674


Smokeless Tobacco Enhance Allergic Inflammation, Exacerbation of Asthma and Oxidative Stress in Asthmatic Patients from Algeria

Background: and Objective Despite their effects on human health, the association between smokeless tobacco use and asthma in asthmatic patients is still unclear. Methods The study recruited 80 male volunteers living in Annaba town, Algeria, who were divided into four groups by using a questionnaire, with each group consisting of 20 male volunteers. Conclusions ST's total IgE, IL-5, and CRP elevated production showed that ST clearly elevated lung inflammation and asthma exacerbation of asthma. Conclusions The study, however, found that ST clearly raises allergic inflammation in asthmatics patients.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/PPR/PPR514885


Smokeless tobacco use and oral potentially malignant disorders among people living with HIV (PLHIV) in Pune, India: Implications for oral cancer screening in PLHIV.

Introduction In India, smokeless cigarettes is the most common type of tobacco used by people living with HIV. Despite SLT being a risk factor for oral potentially malignant disorders, no prior studies have quantified the connection between OPMDs and SLT use among PLHIV. Among PLHIV, suspected OPMDs and SLT use were used to determine the relationship between PLHIV and SLT use. PRs for new SLT users, across HIV status and use duration were also estimated, as well as duration. The percentage of current SLT users was similar across PLHIV and HIV-uninfected groups, but the duration of new SLT use was longer among PLHIV and HIV-uninfected groups, but among PLHIV and HIV-uninfected groups, but among PLHIV and HIV-uninfected groups, but among PLHIV and HIV-uninfected groups was higher, but among PLHIV and HIV-uninfected Among PLHIV, current SLT users had a 5-fold greater incidence of suspected OPMDs than non-users. For PLHIV with a 10-year use year but not for PLHIV with u226510 use years, significant associations with suspected OPMDs were found among HIV-infected individuals with the same SLT use time.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35788753


An in Vitro Study of Constituents Released from Smokeless Tobacco Products into Human Saliva.

Although ST products are considered to have a different risk profile relative to combusted tobacco products, they can also contribute to health issues such as cancer, dental issues, and elevated heart rate and blood pressure. The reference ST products were incubated in human saliva at 37u00b0C, with a variety of incubation times for the analysis of constituents isolated from these products into human saliva. According to our results, each constituent's quantities of each constituent removed from the reference ST products were changed by each constituent's quantities by the tobacco cut size and product format. [b1]P was only detected in reference moist snuff samples, and only 4. 4% of the total B[u03b1]P was released into human saliva after incubation for 60 min, although higher percentages of total TSNAs and alkaloids were released at different rates from the four reference ST products were reported at different rates from the four reference ST brands.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/34155520


Association between perceived addiction and cessation behaviours among users of smokeless or combustible tobacco in India.

Addiction to nicotine is one of the key factors of continued tobacco use. This research looked at whether perceived nicotine, type of tobacco, and socioeconomic characteristics were associated with previous quit attempts, inability, intention, and self-efficacy to reduce among India's combustible tobacco or smokeless tobacco users. Methods An out-patient department in Mumbai conducted a cross-sectional survey. Being a SLT user and female had a reduced chance of obtaining a PQA.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35762901


Smokeless Tobacco Enhance Allergic Inflammation, Exacerbation of Asthma and Oxidative Stress in Asthmatic Patients from Algeria

Background: and Objective Despite their effects on human health, the connection between smokeless tobacco intake and asthma severity in asthmatic patients is still unclear. Methods The study recruited 80 male volunteers living in Annaba town, Algeria, who were divided into four groups by a questionnaire, with each group consisting of 20 male volunteers. ST results The obtained results showed that ST clearly enhanced lung inflammation and exacerbation of asthma by increasing production of total IgE, IL-5, and CRP. Conclusion Our study found that ST clearly promotes allergic inflammation in patients suffering from asthma patients.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/PPR/PPR508622

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