MUST READ: Science Concludes Vaping Does NOT Damage Heart

MUST READ: Science Concludes Vaping Does NOT Damage Heart

Something interesting has caught my attention. This being a respected group of European scientists (or otherwise doctors) from Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center in Kallithéa, Greece has released research concluding that the inhalation of e-liquid substance does not cause an adverse effect on myocardial function. This group of doctors conducting these experiments were Led by Dr. Konstantinos E Farsalinos, a world-renowned cardiologist.

It is always exciting to see an M.D (Doctor of Medicine) conducting the scientific experiment to observe the effects of e liquid to your health, right? OF COURSE IT IS, regardless of it being negative or positive conclusion! We love to have conclusive proof. We have seen research suggesting vaping is substantially safer to long term lung health with little to no effect as compared to traditional analog smokes.
But never have we had scientific research of this kind come from world-class cardiologists, until now! So lets get into how these scientific conclusions came to be, shall we?

76 test subject participated, being our control variable. 52% (control V) of which being vape users who were former smokers and had not used cigarettes for the last year, and 48% (control S) being smokers who have smoked for 5 years maximum.

And the independent variable obviously being the thing that changes, between our control. 40 test subjects used the same electronic cigarette device and the same e liquid with the same nicotine strength (11mg/ml) which is believed to be about the equivalent nicotine found in a cigarette. While, 36 test subjects used cigarettes.

The doctors performed all sorts of experiments before and after each user used their respective substance. NOTE: control S smoked 1 cigarette and control V vaped casually for 7 minutes.

Well, guess what? They ended up finding in this experiment that the vapor substance being inhaled did not negatively effect the control Vs hearts at all. While as self-hypothesized, the doctors observed negative effects from Control S.

Reference: Bio Med Central, An online journal that publishes reviewed research across all areas of biology and medicine with free access, I will add the link to their article. Where it gets into ALL of the medical and scientific procedure, tests and measurement conducted during the process of this experiment, that I do not feel qualified enough to present to you in my own blog post, that link may be found by clicking the title below.

Acute effects of using an electronic nicotine-delivery device (electronic cigarette) on myocardial function: comparison with the effects of regular cigarettes



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