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The purpose of this study is to determine if using e-cigarettes (ECIG) rather than regular tobacco cigarettes alters lung inflammation in people with HIV. The study is also interested in asking subjects their opinion on the use of ECIG and how they make them feel. This study is for research purposes only and is not intended to treat asthma or HIV or to modify tobacco use.
The primary purpose of this study is to evaluate the acute effects of electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) smoking on measurable biomarkers of platelet function, vascular endothelial function and inflammation in healthy active smokers. 10 healthy subjects, smokers, with no other medical conditions will be included in this study and measurements will be obtained at baseline and after smoking an e-cigarette. The study will contribute to the understanding of the effects of e-cigaret...
This is a 2-year study involving the progressive reduction in the nicotine content of cigarettes. The investigators believe that at the end of the study smokers of cigarettes with progressively reduced nicotine content will be "weaned" from nicotine. At the end of the study, the result will be a decreased level of nicotine dependence. When smokers are again free to choose any smoking behavior, they will smoke fewer cigarettes and/or have a greater interest in quitting compared...
The purpose of the study conducted at VA Medical Center in Miami is to determine if smoking electronic cigarettes (known as e-cigarettes) that contain nicotine have less negative effects than regular cigarettes on the person's respiratory health. We will assess this by measuring pulmonary function tests, several body molecules and functionality of the airway cells. We will also evaluate how smokers can maintain exclusive electronic cigarettes use. In this study, some people wi...
Electronical cigarettes, also known as "e-cigarettes" are a new phenomenon, which steadily wins more aprobation among smokers. However, there exists no much data concerning the effects of acute exposure to electronic cigarettes vapour on the respiratory system. The aim of the present study is to evaluate and compare the acute response to electronic and traditional cigarettes in healthy smokers.
This pilot study will investigate within-person changes in smoking behavior when current adult smokers are systematically switched from smoking menthol cigarettes to non-menthol cigarettes.
This study evaluates the effects of electronic cigarette use on cigarette smoking and markers of tobacco use, as well as respiratory symptoms and function in smokers with mild to moderate chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). All participants will receive a 12 week supply of electronic cigarettes to use instead of their regular conventional cigarettes.
The purpose of this study is to determine differences in nicotine delivery, user behavior, subjective effects, and physiological effects, when cigarette smokers use an two new electronic cigarette devices (JUUL and IQOS) relative to their using their own brand of cigarettes.
This study will evaluate behavioral and psychological appeal, toxicity, and effect of e-cigarettes on smoking behavior and nicotine addiction in chronic smokers with serious mental illness (SMI) who have failed to quit smoking. We will enroll 240 participants and randomly assign them to either receive a supply of e-cigarettes for 8 weeks plus assessments (baseline & weeks 2, 4, 6, 8, 13, & 26) or assessments only. This single-blinded study will provide e-cigarettes and instruct...
It is well established in the scientific literature that people with schizophrenia smoke tobacco cigarettes at rates up to three times that of the general population, relapse more frequently, and die an average of 25 years earlier from cigarette smoking and other life-style attributable illnesses. Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are becoming increasingly popular with smokers worldwide and new research suggests that e-cigarettes are appealing to smokers with schizophrenia. ...
The purpose of this study is to assess the prevalence of COPD among individuals aged 35 - 59 years based results of spirometry before and after bronchodilator, presence of structural changes in lungs (emphysema, inflammatory changes and thickening of the walls of the large and small airways)detected by computer tomography as well as the symptoms of COPD. The study has three study groups: smokers of conventional cigarettes; those who had quit smoking 1 - 5 years ago, and those w...
The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of different nicotine levels in cigarettes with individuals who have ADHD.
Craving and withdrawal from smoking cigarettes are major factors for relapse. We investigated craving for cigarettes in smokers undergoing pharmacological treatment with Bupropion (Zyban). We compare cue-induced reactivity to smoking videos in smokers who were successfully treated with Bupropion to smokers who are still smoking. We measured the brain's metabolic activity in response to smoking and neutral cues in Positron Emission Tomography using FDG.
This study compares effects among Latino and African American cigarette smokers who use e-cigarettes with those who continue smoking as usual.
Three hundred-twenty (320) adult smokers of menthol or non-menthol combustible cigarettes will be recruited and randomly assigned to one of five groups (n=64/group), who will be asked to switch for 12 weeks to ad libitum use of combustible cigarettes (matched to subjects' menthol preference) containing either 0.4, 1.4, 2.5, 5.6 or 16.9 mg nicotine (standardized nicotine yields ranging from 0.02-0.80 mg/cigarette), respectively. Each group will include 32 heavy, long-time smoker...
Background: - Denicotinized cigarettes are similar to commercial cigarettes but contain and deliver virtually no nicotine. Denicotinized cigarettes are used as a control condition in smoking research, as a substitute treatment for nicotine dependence, and as a strategy to reduce incidence of nicotine addiction. However, the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal and craving for cigarettes must be minimized to ensure that smokers will continue to use ...
A. Statement of Hypotheses: HIV-infected patients have an increased incidence of emphysema compared to non-HIV-infected smokers, and it has been hypothesized that this accelerated disease progression is the result of one or more latent infections that amplifies the pulmonary inflammatory response to cigarette smoke. Pneumocystis is one infectious agent that likely plays a key role in the development of HIV-associated emphysema. Colonization with Pneumocystis has been ...
This project will assess the ways in which e-cigarette product diversity impacts the user experience to inform potential regulations by identifying product characteristics that may: (1) put young adults at risk for tobacco product use; and (2) facilitate adult smokers switching to e-cigarettes. There are three primary objectives to the study: (1) Determine which dimensions of e-cigarette product diversity differentially affect product appeal across young adult e-cigarette users...
The purpose of this study is to measure changes in smoking behavior during and following sampling of an e-cigarette product. E-cigarettes are classified by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a tobacco product, though they contain no tobacco. Unlike regular cigarettes, which are burned (creating smoke that is inhaled), e-cigarettes include a heating element that vaporizes nicotine. E-cigarettes are likely much safer than conventional cigarettes, but they may not be ent...
This randomised, placebo-controlled study is designed to explore the effects of EVT 302 both with and without concomitant nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) on craving and withdrawal in smokers after short term deprivation of cigarettes.
This behavioral pharmacology laboratory experiment will assess whether sweet (vs. non-sweet) flavored e-cigarette solutions reduce tobacco withdrawal symptoms and motivation to smoke among 40 smokers interested in trying e-cigarettes (for the first time) following 16-hours of nicotine abstinence. The study's experimental design will provide evidence of the causal effects of e-cigarette flavorings on a putatively critical factor for determining whether smokers continue e-cigaret...
Сohort Study to Evaluate Exacerbations, Respiratory Symptoms, Physical Exercise Intolerance and Lung Functions Among Participants Who Use IQOS With Heatsticks Compared to Smokers of Conventional Cigarettes
This study evaluates frequency of exacerbations, respiratory symptoms, physical exercise intolerance and abnormal lung functions among participants who use IQOS with heatsticks compared to smokers of conventional cigarettes
This study will test feasibility, in smokers with lung, head & neck, and bladder cancers, that examines the effect of e-cigarette substitution, on measures of smoking-related toxicity and medical outcomes. The aim of the study is to determine the appeal of e-cigarettes compared to regular combustible cigarettes.
The purpose of this study is to assess initial reactions to alternative nicotine/tobacco products among smokers living with HIV.
This study is an open-label, randomized, 9-week, two-sequence, two-treatment, cross-over clinical trial of 40 adult filtered cigarette smokers who switch to unfiltered cigarettes There will be a 1-week baseline period, 2 weeks of smoking filtered or unfiltered cigarettes (determined at time of randomization), and a 3-week washout period, followed by post-washout baseline week, and a crossover to 2 weeks of smoking the opposite condition.